More than 100 vegetable products were recalled due to a risk of Listeria, including brand-names such as Mann's, Del Monte, HEB, Trader Joe's, Kroger, Signature Farms, O Organics, Marketside, and more.
Ethicon has announced a Class I recall for Echelon Flex™ Endopath® surgical staplers because they may fail to completely form staples.
A jury in Philadelphia has ordered Rex Medical to pay $33 million to a woman who was injured by an Option® retrievable vena cava filter.
Michaels recalled 14,000 tassel keychain power banks because the lithium-ion batteries can catch on fire.
Michigan apples were recalled in 8 states due to a risk of Listeria contamination.
Mylan Pharmaceuticals recalled one lot of Xanax (0.5 mg) because it may contain a "foreign substance" that could cause an infection.
More drug-makers have recalled prescription-strength and over-the-counter Zantac® and generic ranitidine heartburn pills, including stores like Walgreens, Walmart, CVS, Target, and Kroger.
A lawsuit blames the death of a Florida doctor on the inaccessible door handles of the Tesla Model S, which render the car a "death trap" if the batteries catch on fire after an accident.
Over 6,000 pounds of Walmart's Great Value® frozen turkey patties and pork sausage patties were recalled due to a risk of Salmonella contamination.
More than 50,000 Thomas Built school buses were recalled because the seat backs do not have enough material to absorb an impact in a crash, which increases the risk of a child suffering a knee injury.