Yet another defective product recall is tarnishing the reputation of the auto manufacturing industry. Last week, Ford announced its recall of roughly 550,000 SUVs and cars in North America.
Imagine being really sick with Parkinson's disease and suffering from psychosis and hallucinations that haunt your every waking moment. The torment patients suffer leaves them and their concerned family members so desperate for relief that they are willing to try so-called "breakthrough therap[ies]" that are being fast-walked through the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pharmaceutical review process.
Expectant parents delight in decorating their babies' rooms with brightly-colored motifs and murals designed to stimulate their infants' burgeoning senses.
Amazon sells almost anything a consumer might need on their website. But for one woman in another state, her online purchase of a hair dryer could have led to lethal consequences.
Parents of infants know how difficult it can be to accomplish even the most basic things while their babies are awake. That's why so many parents have come to rely on infant seats that can safely contain their fussy babies so mom and dad can do everyday tasks like fixing supper or taking a shower.
- Did you know that if you are injured by a faulty product, you may be eligible for compensation? Click the link below to read about Carrie and her defective FitBit.
It's only the beginning of November, but already there have been three recalls of defective children's sleepwear announced this month.
If you're the parent of a child from toddler age through the teen years, you are likely familiar with the fidget spinner craze. The colorful gizmos have so many kids enthralled with their rotating motions that many school districts have banned them from classes.
Ah, summer. The sun is high in the sky, the weather is fair and the scent of newly-cut grass wafts on the breeze. This is the prime mowing season, when the famous Kentucky bluegrass seems to grow right before your eyes.