As the MHRA warns UK consumers about the risks posed by drugs sold online, we reveal how to shop safely for medicines
Wheat bags and hotties are popular, but can be a fire risk if not used properly, and invalidate your microwave warranty.
Argos has issued a safety warning for one of its double ovens after finding that its unclear installation instructions may increase chances of overheating.
Having a baby gets expensive with plenty of kit to splash out on, but a Which? survey has found that parents pay twice as much for a pushchair than what they spend on an essential piece of safety kit – a child car seat.
Safety alert: BabyStyle Oyster Carapace baby car seat with Duofix i-Size base named Which? Don’t Buy
Our car seat crash tests have uncovered issues with the BabyStyle Oyster Carapace baby car seat. Read our safety alert for more information.
Is it safe to use a secondhand breast pump when expressing milk for your baby? We speak to leading breast pump brand Medela, and Private Midwives to find out.
Which? expert advice can help you get the best from your tumble dryer this winter. See our top tips for tumble drying safely and efficiently, as well as seeing the latest tumble dryers we put through the test lab.
Whether you’re heading abroad to find snow, or going down the road to visit family, keep this festive season fun with your family by checking out our top safety tips....
Hamley’s, Smyths and Argos sell slimes containing chemicals up to four times higher than EU safety limit
We tested 13 slimes and putties from a range of high street and online retailers including Amazon, Ebay, Etsy, Argos and Hamleys to see whether those slimes on sale for Christmas passed EU safety standards. More than forty per cent of the slimes and putties we tested failed the EU safety standard for toys (EN 71-3).
We tested 20 kids’ fancy dress outfits, many of which are being stocked by online and high street shops and supermarkets, in time for Halloween. Halloween kids costumes from B&M and Ebay failed flammability testing.