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SPF moisturisers ‘risky use’?

Which? finds that a quarter of female members could be risking skin cancer by choosing to put a moisturiser with an SPF rather than a sun cream on their face

DIY disasters ‘cut house prices by 5%’

Poor have-a-go Bank Holiday DIY could reduce your house price and invalidate your home insurance, says new research

Do M&S anti-cellulite knicker claims hold up?

Which? believes that Marks & Spencer may be misleading women into buying expensive knickers that make unproven anticellulite claims.

Hospital parking adds to stress

Which? research has found that hospital car parking may not be good for your mental health. with 49% of the public who had used an NHS hospital car park in the last two years finding that parking arrangements had made their visit more stressful.

Mobility aids sellers give poor advice

Mobility aids advice by major retailers could leave consumers using risky equipment such as bath aids, and missing out on substantial VAT savings

Which? reveals best hayfever remedies

Our expert panel tells you what over the counter treatments work for your symptoms, and which cause concern.

£1m bill for NHS Constitution

Which? research found that nearly £1m has been spent producing, printing, distributing and promoting the NHS Constitution. But a year after its publication, six out of 10 members of the public don’t know about it.

Breast-checking device to be investigated

A breast-screening device on sale in high street stores is being investigated by the MHRA after Which? raised concerns that it may not meet legally required conditions for sale.

Health MOTs are a concern, says Which?

Private health checks or ‘MOTs’ can be poor value for money and could even be bad for people’s health, according to an investigation by Which?

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