About 149,000 Mockingbird Single-to-Double Strollers were recalled after 8 children were cut, scratched or bruised when the frame broke.
Around 162,000 MYX exercise bicycles were recalled after at least 75 people were hurt when the pedals loosened or detached during use.
About 67,000 AirWick aerosol air fresheners were recalled because the metal may corrode and cause the ingredients to leak or explode.
A lawsuit has been filed by a woman who developed endometriosis and uterine cancer after decades of using hair relaxers to straighten her hair.
About 518,500 BLACK+DECKER garment steamers were recalled after 32 people were burned by hot water shooting out or leaking.
The FDA is warning parents that "flat head pillows," also called "head-shaping pillows," should never be used because babies can suffocate.
A woman who developed uterine fibroids after using hair relaxers has filed a lawsuit against the manufacturers.
About 5,000 Tesla Cyberquads for Kids have been recalled due to violations of federal safety standards for all-terrain vehicles (ATVs).
About 18,000 Goalsetter wall-mounted basketball goals were recalled after reports of it detaching from a wall and falling, including a 14-year-old boy who was hit and killed.
More than 192,000 treadmills were recalled after at least 71 people were injured when the treadmills suddenly stopped, accelerated, or changed speed.