Healthcare Company Issues Recall on Children’s Cough Syrup Due to Fears of Overdosing
Jan 14, 2016 The guaifenesin grape liquid and guaifenesin BM cherry liquid, which are cough syrups made for children, are being recalled by manufacturer Perrigo due to an inaccuracy in their packaged oral dosing cups. According to reports, the recall was made to prevent possible cases of overdosing on the cough syrups.
Health News: FDA Issues Recall on Pet Food Brand for Cats and Dogs
Dec 14, 2015 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has officially issued a recall on the products manufactured by Bravo Pet Foods of Manchester, Connecticut. According to the agency, some of the pet food items manufactured by the company may be contaminated with Salmonella.
Over 15,000 Hoverboards Seized in the U.K. Due to Fire Risk
Dec 04, 2015 With the Christmas season just around the corner, many people are probably considering giving hoverboards to their loved ones as gifts. However, those who are thinking of gifting this hot-selling item might want to think twice for safety reasons.
E. Coli Outbreak Scare Leads Major Groceries to Recall Celery Products
Dec 03, 2015 Due to the rising number of E. coli cases in various states across the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has expanded the recall of celery products currently being sold in different groceries and convenient stores. Currently, the recall is being enforced in 16 states in the country.
FDA Recalls Washing Machines Used in Hospitals Due to Infection Risk
Nov 16, 2015 The Food and Drug Administration has ordered a U.S. company to recall thousands of its endoscope washing machines used in various hospitals and other medical facilities in the country. According to the government agency, the order was made due to a violation by the company that can increase the risk of infection cases among patients.