Once again, computers are being recalled due to the potential for the battery to catch fire. This time, the computers in the recalls are:
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 24 people worldwide reported suffering chemical burns or skin irritation from their liquid glitter iPhone cases. Of these 24 people, 19 are from the U.S.
For years, the most common cause of unintentional fatalities for all ages was car accidents. While car accidents are still a frequent cause of death (they are now number two on the list), poisoning is number one.
Why would people who make less money have to pay more for car insurance? Income should not play a role in auto insurance rates. Unfortunately, a report by the Consumer Federation of America (CFA) suggests it may be true.
On January 22, 2017, the Sierra Nevada Brewing Company announced a recall of certain brands of its beer. The beer in question was sold in 36 states, including Alabama as well as surrounding states such as Florida, Georgia and Louisiana.
There are new warnings by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) this week about certain types of teething products. The FDA issued a safety alert in 2010 about teething tablets manufactured by Hyland's. Now, the FDA's warning includes all homeopathic teething tablets and gels that contain belladonna.
Wearable fitness trackers are extremely popular, with new models and brands flooding the market. Doctors, professors and researchers, however, are questioning whether the devices help people improve their health and lose weight.
If you purchased fresh cut vegetables sold by Country Fresh LLC, you need to check the dates on the package. The company recalled the product recently due to the possibility that the vegetables are contaminated with listeria.