Consumer Reports
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"Consumer Reports" is an United States/American magazine published monthly by Consumers Union since 1936. It publishes reviews and comparisons of consumer products and services based on reporting and results from its in-house testing laboratory and survey research center. They accept no advertising, pay for all the products they test, and, as a not for profit organization, they have no shareholders. It also publishes cleaning and general buying guides. It has approximately 7.3 million subscribers and an annual testing budget of approximately US$21 million.

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Yes, it's slower.

A balanced, low-fat diet plus weekly meetings give this large commercial weight-loss program the highest long-term adherence rate of any diet in our analysis.

We tested a wide variety of off-brand inks from many different sources, including office depot, staples, some online retailers, as well as specialty ink stores.

It comes with three attachments, one for mattress cleaning, one for dust brush, and a crevice-cleaning tool.

With laser printers, the difference is even more pronounced.

We are confident that our ship's medical staff will be exonerated.

More and more people are buying bigger and bigger, ... and the bigger the vehicle, the bigger the blind spot.

Our report overturns the long-held conviction that to lose weight, you have to enroll in an expensive program, buy special food, or follow the regimen of a particular diet guru.