If your loved one's holiday wish list includes a smartphone, digital camera or other electronics, you know you can count on ConsumerReports.org to help you get the most for your money.

If your loved one's holiday wish list includes a smartphone, digital camera or other electronics, you know you can count on ConsumerReports.org to help you get the most for your money.

But did you also know that there's a Consumer Reports site that offers accurate, unbiased advice about health-related purchases like exercise equipment and fitness products?

It's true! At ConsumerReportsHealth.org, you can get in-depth product information on everything from running shoes and recumbent bicycles to humidifiers and hearing aids. There are also ratings of hospitals, treatments and natural medicines.

In sections like diet & nutrition and beauty & personal care, you can find articles and reviews on a number of topics. Want to see how well your brand of tooth whitener fared? Do you know what the label USDA organic really means? Find out at ConsumerReportsHealth.org!

Like its sister site, ConsumerReports.org, ConsumerReportsHealth is available any time of the day or night through Worthington Libraries' website, and gives you access to valuable consumer information written by impartial experts.

Published by Consumers Union (CU), an independent, non-profit organization, "Consumer Reports" magazine provides unbiased product information. To maintain impartiality, CU does not accept outside advertising or free samples, and employs mystery shoppers and technical experts to buy and test evaluated products.

ConsumerReports.org offers access to the same valuable consumer information available in the magazine, including side-by-side comparisons, Best Buy recommendations and product ratings, all written by experts using state-of-the-art testing equipment to research products for consumer value.

Worthington Libraries library cardholders now have additional access to car-buying advice and car-reliability ratings through ConsumerReports.org. With new- and used-car price reports and the Consumer Reports Bottom Line Price, which includes information about rebates, incentives and holdbacks, ConsumerReports.org can help you negotiate your best deal at the showroom.

Whether you're shopping for a smartphone or hunting for a hospital, access either ConsumerReports.org or ConsumerReportsHealth.org by starting at the library's website, worthingtonlibraries.org.

Click on the Research tab at the top of the homepage, select "All research databases A-Z" and click on "C" to search for the link to ConsumerReports.org and ConsumerReportsHealth.org.