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Fidget Spinner Injuries

Fidget spinners are the latest fad for American kids, but these spinning bits of plastic may be more dangerous than most parents realize. In recent tests, researchers found some of the cheaper fidget spinners on the market feature substandard materials and inadequate machining, and some are capable of inflicting serious cuts and eye injuries. What … Continued

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Cell Phone Injuries: Distractions, Defective and Dangerous

The cell-phone is a source of information, communication, and constant connectivity – but it’s also created a significant hazard to users all over the world. Aside from the staggering rates of cell-phone-related car accidents, there is a rising problem with injuries from cell-phone use while walking. Cell-phone users are stepping into traffic, running into walls, … Continued

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Famous Product Liability Cases

Each year, it seems that certain products make headlines – but for the wrong reasons. Last holiday season, trendy hover boards caught fire in mall kiosks and family homes, endangering children. And this year, Samsung recalled its Galaxy Note 7s and halted the manufacture of them for exploding in cars, homes, even in airplane cabins. … Continued

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Keep an Eye Out for These 5 Christmas Decorating Hazards

Christmas is a time to spend with family, trim the tree, drink egg nog, and indulge in merriment until the New Year. More than 80% of Americans deck their halls as part of holiday celebrations. While Christmas can be a season unmatched in its joy, it’s also a season rife with accidents. ER visits spike … Continued

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How Over-the-Counter Medication Can Affect Your Driving

Because over-the-counter medications aren’t controlled by doctors, many of us think of them as harmless. However, many of these medications can impact your ability to drive and driving while on certain medications can even constitute as driving under the influence. Your pharmacist will most likely tell you which medications will affect your driving ability, but … Continued

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Infants Bodysuits have been recalled by Weeplay Kids

The Carter’s Watch the Wear bodysuits and sleep ‘n play garmets have been recalled due to the snap detaching from the fabric of the garment, which becomes a choking hazard to infants and young children. Even though the firm has yet to have any injuries reported there has been around 30 reports of the snap … Continued

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Actos Bladder Cancer Lawyer

The popular diabetes drug Actos has been connected to bladder cancer. Takeda Pharmaceuticals, the manufacturer of Actos, knew that this drug had serious side effects but it never made that information public. As a result, lawsuits against Actos are now happening. Drug makers are responsible for the drugs that they market and sell. When these … Continued

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