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Eight shampoo claims that don’t quite stack up

Hair experts dish the dirt on shampoo claims - from parabens and sulphate free shampoo to hair growth shampoo, including L'Oreal Elvive, Dove and John Frieda.

Got a hangover? We reveal the painkillers that work the best

After new year, what painkillers work best? Aspirin, ibuprofen or paracetamol? Which? experts reveal when it's worth paying more for painkillers or pain relief.

‘Deceptive’ Nurofen painkillers pulled from Australian shelves

Nurofen manufacturer Reckitt Benckiser (Australia) must pull identical Nurofen ibuprofen painkillers for period pain, back pain, tension headache and migraine.

Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda fire-risk tumble dryers safety alert

Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda tumble dryers safety alert issued because of fire risk fault. Find out if you're affected, and what to do next.

Top five ways to save on your energy bills as the clocks go back

Save on your energy bills as the clocks go back. From cheapest deals to getting the best boiler service, Which? experts have the top five money-saving tips

Customers ditch Big Six energy companies

Big six energy suppliers British Gas, Eon, EDF Energy, Npower, Scottish Power and SSE lose customers to smaller energy firms including First Utility.

Supermarkets get lowest possible hygiene ratings

Supermarkets including a Co-op, a Spar and a Tesco Express got zero food hygiene ratings in food hygiene inspections

Five things you didn’t know about toothpaste

From teeth whitening to sensitive teeth, Which? experts scour the toothpaste claims and the five things you need to know before you buy toothpaste

Top 5 popular kettles on Which.co.uk

Top 5 popular kettles tested by Which?. We've put kettles including Bosch, Dualit, Russell Hobbs and Asda through lab-tests to find the quietest and speediest.

NHS dentist access: real choice is out of reach

A Which? investigation into finding an NHS dentist finds dental practices are advertising appointments on NHS Choices but refusing them when patients call.

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