Gerber claims their iron-fortified rice cereal is just what babies need when they are ready to start eating solid foods. But according to Gerber’s ingredients, the product is neither good nor safe.
Kids backpacks, birthday balloons, cars, and more are under fire for containing dangerous toxins like lead, cadmium, and phthalates.
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Consumer Reports gives the powerful electric Tesla Model S a 99/100, calling the eco-friendly wonder the ‘best car we’ve ever tested.’
A new test of 15 top-selling fish oil supplements by Consumer Reports shows not all supplements are created equal.
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