Product Recalls

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Spray On Sunscreen There have been concerns raised about the potential link between the active ingredient in spray sunscreens, specifically those…

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Space Heater Safety You may remember the tragedy of a Kentucky mother and her eight children being killed in a house fire a few years…

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The FDA is warning parents not to use over-the-counter teething products and remedies containing benzocaine, a local anesthetic used as a numbing agent, which could…

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Ford Motor Company (Ford) is voluntarily recalling over 1.3 million vehicles in the United States over steering wheels that can either loosen or completely detach…

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Four of the world’s largest automakers have agreed to settle economic damage claims caused by exploding Takata airbags and their subsequent recall. Toyota, BMW, Subaru…

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Deadly Nightshade in Teething Tablets The U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a Consumer Safety Alert warning consumers of a voluntary recall…

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Nationwide Voluntary Recall of EpiPens EpiPens and EpiPen Jr. auto-injectors are being voluntarily recalled in the United States over fear a defective part will prevent…

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Opana ER, a powerful prescription opioid painkiller, presents too great a risk of abuse and should be removed from the market, according to a recently…

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Britax announces the recall of 676,000 strollers following numerous reports of injuries to children after their car seat carriers disconnected from their strollers without warning….

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In what’s been called “the largest and most complex auto safety recall in U. S. history,” Japanese air bag manufacturer Takata has settled criminal charges…

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