The FDA has announced a Class I recall for 1,585 heart valve delivery systems after 17 reports of people who were injured and 1 death.
A recall was issued for Tip Top®, PERDUE®, Gordon®, Sysco®, and West Creek® frozen, diced, fully-cooked chicken after a sample tested positive for Listeria bacteria contamination.
Another brand of pig ear dog treats were recalled due to a risk of contamination with Salmonella amid a nationwide outbreak that has sickened at least 127 people in 33 states, according to the CDC.
Two women have filed a class action lawsuit accusing Allergan of selling dangerous textured breast implants that can cause cancer.
A recall has been issued for certain model year 2017-2020 Toyota Sienna vans because the steering shaft extensions can break and cause a sudden loss of steering control, which could lead to a crash.
SunSetter recalled the covers on its motorized awnings after a 73 year-old man died when the awning opened unexpectedly and hit him.
Pre-tattoo numbing gel and cream products were recalled because they are contaminated with bacteria, which could increase the risk of an infection if the product is applied before a person gets a tattoo.
A recall has been issued for Disney and Eddie Bauer inclined bassinets because babies can potentially roll over and suffocate, or die under other circumstances.
Consumer Reports found Listeria bacteria in 6 samples of kale, lettuce and spinach from major grocery stores such as Costco, Whole Foods, Hannaford and Acme.