The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the pressure washer nozzle can disconnect from the spray wand during use which can pose an injury hazard.
Toyota announced Monday it will recall nearly 700,000 2018 and 2019 model of various Lexus and Toyota vehicles over faulty fuel pumps that can cause the engine to stall. According to a press release from the company, the issue can cause the vehicles to be unable to be restarted or to shut down while driving, increasing the risk of an accident.
“Toyota is currently investigating this issue and will be developing a remedy. When the remedy is available, there will be no cost to vehicle owners. All known owners of the affected vehicles will be notified by first class mail by mid-March,” reads a portion of the press release
Johnson & Johnson agreed in the middle of a trial to pay more than $2 million to resolve a woman’s claims that asbestos-laced baby powder caused her cancer, according to people familiar with the case. Jurors in a California court “heard more than two weeks of testimony before the judge told them Monday that the case had settled.” Although “the terms weren’t made public, people familiar with the accord said plaintiff Linda O’Hagan and her family agreed to J&J’s offer.”
The company, which faces almost 17,000 suits accusing it of hiding that its baby powder was contaminated with asbestos, has been on a roll at trial, racking up eight defense verdicts last year while losing five.
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IKEA has agreed to pay $46 million to settle a wrongful death lawsuit brought by the parents of a California toddler who was crushed to death after a popular dresser model which had been recalled tipped over. According to the article, the model had been recalled after “at least five other children were killed.” An IKEA spokeswoman said, “While no settlement can alter the tragic events that brought us here, for the sake of the family and all involved, we’re grateful that this litigation has reached a resolution…We remain committed to working proactively and collaboratively to address this very important home safety issue. Again, we offer our deepest condolences.” The New York Times reports that IKEA initially offered free wall-anchoring kits to try and resolve the issue with the product, before ultimately issuing a recall in June 2016.
The 70-pound Malm dresser had been the subject of a safety recall when it tipped over on Jozef Dudek, killing the 2-year-old. Eight children are known to have died when Ikea furniture tipped over. The discount furniture chain recalled a total of 29 million chests and dressers, including 8 million MALM dressers, in 2016.
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Mercedes-Benz is recalling roughly 750,000 cars because the vehicles’ sunroofs could potentially detach and fly off, causing road hazards.
The cars include the Mercedes-Benz’s C-Class, E-Class, CLK-Class and the CLS-Class, made between 2001 and 2011. All four vehicles came with an optional sunroof, and the bonding material on those sunroofs can deteriorate, resulting in the sunroof detaching from the car, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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A “pharmaceutical company that distributes liquid ibuprofen to CVS and Walmart is expanding a recall of its infant ibuprofen products.” According to “a statement from the United States Food and Drug Administration, some CVS Health and Equate brand liquid infants’ ibuprofen products may contain a higher concentration of ibuprofen than the label suggests.”
All of the bottles were labeled as a “Concentrated Ibuprofen Oral Suspension, USP” with a concentration of 50 mg of ibuprofen per 1.25 mL. The products were packaged in 0.5 oz and 1 oz bottles.
The FDA says some infants may be susceptible to the effects of ibuprofen, including kidney damage. However, most children can tolerate doses of ibuprofen up to 700 percent of the recommended amount.
The listing on Amazon described it as a “4 in 1 Baby car seat and Stroller” and featured images of a popular brand called Doona, including a photo of the US President’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, with hers. Listed for $299, this copycat was $200 cheaper than a real Doona. It was also potentially dangerous for children.
The car seat broke into pieces in a 30 mph crash test commissioned by CNN, failing to meet the basic standards set by US regulators. Video of the test shows the toddler dummy twisting as the car seat fractures and slides forward, with plastic pieces that have broken off it flying through the air. In an identical crash test scenario, an authentic Doona met federal requirements, with the car seat remaining in one piece and in place around the dummy.
Dr. Alisa Baer, a pediatrician and nationally certified child passenger safety instructor, reviewed the test results and said in a real crash such a car seat failure could put a child in “grave danger,” and lead to injuries to a child’s chest, neck or head, including a traumatic brain injury.
In July 2019 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration took significant action to protect women from breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL) by requesting that Allergan, the manufacturer of a specific type of textured implant, recall specific models of its textured breast implants from the U.S. market due to the risk of BIA-ALCL.
Following the agency’s request, Allergan has notified the FDA that it is moving forward with a worldwide recall of their BIOCELL textured breast implant products, including:
- Natrelle Saline-Filled breast implants
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has listed several recalled items from children’s toys to popular household products that might be gifted or re-gifted this holiday season.
The products below have been recalled due to safety or ineffectiveness reasons.
- Medfusion® 4000 Syringe Pump with Firmware Version 1.7.0