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May 15, 2015

FDA Recalls TigerPaw II Surgical Staple Systems

An alarming number of children are injured or killed because of automobiles. In fact, a total of 638 children under the age of 12 died in a motor vehicle accident in 2013, and another 127,250 were injured, according to the...

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April 30, 2015

Zofran Use May Be Linked to Birth Defects

Parents want their infants and children to be healthy and thrive. It can be a devastating blow when they find out their child may or will have a life-long condition that may be life threatening. Congenital heart defects are heart...

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April 28, 2015

Injuries Lead Harley-Davidson to Recall Thousands of Motorcycles

Many motorcyclists ride their motorcycles all year, while some only ride during the months of good weather. No matter when they rider take out their motorcycles, they want to know their motorcycle is safe to ride. A recent recall of...

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April 14, 2015

Graco Fined $10 Million Due to Car Seat Recall

In the largest car seat recall in U.S. history, Graco is being fined for not disclosing defects in over six million car seats. Defects in children's car seats are a safety hazard and a product liability. Parents put their confidence...

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April 2, 2015

Over 40 Thousand BMW Motorcycles Being Recalled

Many motorcyclists are passionate, not only about the type of motorcycle they ride, but also about their safety. What happens when motorcyclists' safety are put in jeopardy by the company who produced their bike because of a defective part? The...

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March 17, 2015

Airbag Recall Now Includes 17 Million Vehicles

Honda announced it is adding nearly 105,000 more vehicles to the recall list it began last year over reports of potentially deadly airbags. The automaker's recall now includes 5.5 millions vehicles sold under the Honda or Acura brands in the...

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March 12, 2015

FDA Refuses to Pull Endoscopy Devices Linked to CRE Superbug

In the last several months, two hospitals in California have reported outbreaks of what officials are referring to as the CRE superbug. At Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, two patients died after being infected and five others...

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March 8, 2015

Why are Takata Airbags Still on the Road?

The Takata airbag recall has not gotten better in the months since it started. More vehicles have been added to the recall list and more deaths have been linked to defective Takata airbags. A national recall started in November 2014,...

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