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Target Bunny Sippy Cup Hazardous To Child's Eyes is Recalled

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A massive recall has been issued for a children’s product that was sold exclusively at Target. The Minneapolis-based company issued the recall after it was discovered that their Target Home Bunny Sippy Cups posed a hazard to the children drinking…


Groups Tangle Over Proposed Individual Drug Tracking System

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The potential ability of the Food and Drug Administration to track individual drug items via serial numbers might be in danger. Over the past ten years, the FDA has struggled to put together a “track and trace” plan that would…


Officials Say Medical Devices Vulnerable to Hackers

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We often think about how devastating a cyberattack or viral infection can be for our computers.  But could similar tactics be used by hackers to compromise the safety of medical devices? The general consensus seems to be that such a…


FDA Pledges to Expand Commitment to Global Product Safety

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The Food and Drug Administration wants consumers to know that it is doing what it can to ensure the safety of items produced from without as well as from within. To that end, they have released their “Global Engagement Report.” …


55,260 Saw Blades Sold at Lowe's Recalled Due to Package Defect

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A product that could be considered dangerous even without a defect is being recalled. The products in question are Classic Series Circular Saw Blades available in a 3-pack.  The items were made in China and manufactured by the Huntersville, North…


Safety Hazard Prompts Recall of Cribs Sold at JC Penney

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News broke today about a recall on a crib that might be dangerous for the child within it. The recall concerns a number of Rockland Furniture drop-side cribs manufactured by Nan Far Woodworking.  Specifically, the affected models are called the…


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