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Fisher-Price’s baby sleeper that was recalled after 30 infant deaths was reportedly developed without proper testing
A Fisher-Price sleeper that was recalled last month after being linked to infant deaths was reportedly designed without medical safety tests.
Two companies have recalled 166,624 pounds of ground beef possibly contaminated with E. coli after 177 people were reportedly infected in 10 states.
Consumer Reports investigation finds ‘potentially dangerous’ amounts of arsenic in 6 brands of bottled water, including one from Whole Foo...
Whole Foods responded to the investigation, saying its own internal tests found its product to be compliant with FDA regulations.
Tuna used in restaurant and grocery store sushi has been recalled as a salmonella outbreak sickens 13 people in 7 states
A salmonella outbreak linked to frozen tuna has sickened 13 people in seven states.
Fisher-Price is giving away refunds and vouchers for all Rock ‘n Play Sleepers — here’s how to cash in
Mattel-owned Fisher-Price will pay full refunds to some Rock 'n Play customers and offer vouchers to others.
Fisher-Price has recalled its Rock ‘n Play product after more than 30 children died, and it raises concerns about all restraint-based incline sl...
The American Academy of Pediatrics has previously warned against inclined sleepers and sleepers that require securing restraints.
Hunt's tomato paste is being recalled after customers found mold inside of the cans.
Consumers claimed that a defect in a popular stroller led to crashes, broken bones, and gashed faces — but Trump’s CPSC reportedly refused...
The CPSC is being criticized for its handling of a suit against Britax Child Safety, a UK-based manufacturer of strollers, high chairs, and car seats.
Avocados are being recalled in 6 states because of listeria contamination — here’s how worried you should be
Listeria is a pretty common bacteria on avocados, but there's a lot you can do to avoid getting sick.
The recall affects avocados shipped to Arizona, California, Florida, New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Wisconsin.