Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Recall
Johnson & Johnson recently recalled 33,000 bottles of its baby powder after the FDA determined one bottle contained asbestos. The recall comes after years of claiming its products are asbestos-free and safe for consumers to use without risk of exposure to dangerous carcinogens. This is the first time the company has removed baby powder from […]
Vaping Risk Continues to Rise
Vaping, still considered a safer alternative to smoking cigarettes, has caused nearly 1300 lung illnesses since June 2019. Twenty-six of these cases have proven fatal. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just released the latest numbers associated with vaping incidents, which includes data from 49 states, as well as Washington DC and the US […]
Safety Group Calls on Feds to Investigate Unintended Braking Incidents in Nissan SUVs
Nissan recently announced its “field actions” concerning a software update that is supposed to improve the performance of its automated braking system. The update comes following a petition filed by the Center for Auto Safety that called for an investigation into claims that certain Nissan SVUs had a defect in their auto emergency braking systems.
Lawsuit Filed against Hormel Company Claims “Natural” Meat is Not What Consumers Believe
The Hormel food company recently won its request to have a lawsuit filed against it dismissed. However, the dismissal did not come before any damage was done. As a result of the lawsuit, consumers are now fully aware of what Hormel products contain and what they believed to be “all natural” are anything but.
Drug Maker Charged with Fraud
British drugmaker Indivior has been charged with felony fraud and conspiracy after marketing its opioid product as “less prone to abuse.” The allegations against the company included its drug Suboxone.
Baby Product Manufacturers Avoid Product Recalls
The Federal Consumer Product Safety Commission has sided again with manufacturers concerning the regulation of reportedly dangerous products.