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Paliperidone and Clindamycin Recalls

Paliperidone and Clindamycin Recalls Two drugs, Paliperidone extended-release tablets 3 mg and Clindamycin injection USP ADD-Vantage Vials, have been voluntarily recalled by their respective makers.  While these appear to be minor drug recalls, all drug recalls should...

5 Typical Grilling Injuries And How to Be Safe

The moment is here; you are ready to be the “Top Grill Chef.”  You have everything you need, fire, food, knives, check, it is all there.  It never crosses your mind that anything could go wrong, after all, you are outdoors. A lot can go wrong in the blink...

Meth laced Coffee Given at treatment center

When our loved ones go into a treatment center for addiction we believe they are in good hands and will be safe. That is not always the truth as was the case in this article. Serenity House was accused of serving several patients methamphetamine-laced coffee. Read more below.

WARNING: Your Baby’s Sophie the Giraffe Toy Might Be Full of Mold

That’s right! Your Sophie the Giraffe toy may not be safe for your baby. There have been recent reports from parents revealing they have found mold growing inside of the popular toddler teething toy. The only want to prevent mold inside plastic toys is to make sure they are cleaned and thoroughly dried before allowing you baby to play with it. Most parents like to use their dishwasher to ensure the plastic toys are clean. You should always be cleaning these toys frequently and if used daily. The manufacturers of Sophie the Giraffe state that the toy is composed of 100% natural rubber, so the cleaning instructions have to be carefully respected and included in each package. Per the instructions, the surface of the toy should only be cleaned with a damp cloth but must never be immersed in water. Truthfully, you must question the practicality of a teething toy that cannot get wet or thoroughly washed.

Products can cause injury–Takata air bag recall and more

There was some major product recalls during 2016 – from auto manufacturers to candles, no product was safe. Thirteen Automakers recalled hundreds of thousands of vehicles due to dangerous Takata air bag inflator recalls. Other 2016 recalls involved products such as gas smokers, candles, crossbows, self-balancing scooters also known as hoverboards, toys, bike lights, and Christmas tins. If you find you have a product on this recall list, act promptly before an incident occurs.