At least 52 cases of lead poisoning have been linked to cinnamon-flavored applesauce pouches.
Dorel Juvenile Group recalled about 115,700 activity centers for infants that were sold exclusively at Walmart due to a safety hazard.
Fresh peaches, plums and nectarines were recalled by HMC Farms after they were linked to a deadly outbreak of Listeria illnesses.
A Texas-based pet food company has expanded a recall after an outbreak of Salmonella infected 7 people, including 6 infants.
Cantaloupes that were sold under the "Malichita" brand-name have been recalled due to a risk of Salmonella food poisoning.
At least 35 people were infected with E. coli after eating at Miguel's Cocina, a Mexican restaurant in San Diego, California.
Abbott Laboratories said it will stop selling Similac Probiotic Tri-Blend Infant Formula after the FDA issued a warning about deadly infections.
Three brands of cinnamon-flavored applesauce pouches were recalled after kids suffered lead poisoning and tests found "extremely high" levels of lead in the pouches.
The FDA is warning that 26 eye drop products from major manufacturers like Target, Walmart, CVS, and Rugby could cause serious infections.