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  • Graco Recalls More than 25,000 Car Seats

    Graco is one of America’s most famous baby product manufacturers. They began making car seats for children in 1998 and have since been slowly growing in that area. However, the company recently had to recall more than 25,000 car seats that have been found to be inadequate at properly restraining a child during a car crash. On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety ...
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  • GM Recalls Cars With Ignition Switch Defect

    Last week, GM recalled 778,000 vehicles in the United States and Canada due to a problem with the ignition switch that could prevent air bags from deploying in a crash. However, some are saying the recall is too little, too late with one attorney claiming the car manufacturer dragged its feet for a decade on a defect that has led to six deaths. In 2006, GM sent dealers a bulletin, warning that ...
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  • Graco Car Seats Recalled Over Defective Buckle

    Almost 3.8 million car seats have been recalled by Graco Children's Products due to faulty buckles that make it hard to free a child in an emergency. However, federal safety regulators said the product recall did not go far enough and have asked for an additional 1.8 million seats to be included because they use the same buckle. The recall, the largest in five years, includes 2009 to 2013 models ...
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  • Toyota Issues Recall For Spider-Related Problem

    Toyota is recalling 870,000 vehicles due to a problem with an air conditioner part, which could cause airbags to deploy unnecessarily. In some cases, the problem was caused by spiders. The spiders' web can create a blockage in a drainage tube coming from the air conditioning condenser, which can cause water to drip down onto the air bag control module. This is causing the module to short circuit, ...
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  • Theraflu And Triaminic Cough Syrups Recalled

    Theraflu and Triaminic products are being pulled off the market after child safety lids failed to work properly. After it was discovered that children could remove the caps even with a tamper-resistant seal in place, Triaminic Syrups and Theraflu Warming Relief Syrups were voluntarily recalled by Novartis, the manufacturer. According to Novartis, 24 different types of syrups were included in the ...
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  • Cholesterol Drug Lipitor Recalled Due To Glass Particles

    Over forty batches of the popular cholesterol drug Lipitor have been recalled after concerns that the drug may contain particles of glass. The manufacturer, Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals, has recalled its bottles of its 10-, 20- and 40-milligram tablets of atorvastatin calcium, the generic version of Lipitor. A full list of recalled products can be found here: . ...
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  • Infant Travel Bed Recalled Following Death

    The manufacturer behind the Pea Pod Travel Crib has recalled 220,000 portable sleep tents following the death of a 5-month old in New York. The travel crib, made by KidCo, has an air mattress that fits into a zipped pocket in the floor of the domed tent, which collapses for easy transport. The infant's head is believed to have become lodged between the mattress and the side of the tent, causing ...
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  • Toyota Recalls Over 2 Million Cars Worldwide

    Toyota Motor Corp has issued a recall of over 2 million vehicles, including the Toyota Prius, due to problems with the steering shaft and hybrid water pump system. The vehicles, which include 670,000 Prius hybrids, and the Toyota Corolla, need to be inspected and, in some cases, replaced. In the United States, the recall includes 2004 through 2009 model years for the Prius. Although there have ...
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