Michaels Recalling Keychain Phone Chargers That Can Overheat And Catch FireMichaels is recalling 14,000 tassel keychain phone chargers after two of them overheated and caught fire.
Johnson & Johnson Recalls Lot Of Baby Powder After FDA Test Finds Presence Of AsbestosJohnson & Johnson is recalling a single lot of its Johnson's Baby Powder in response to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) test showing the presence of sub-trace levels of chrysotile asbestos contamination.
IKEA Recalling Bibs That Could Pose Choking Hazard To InfantsIKEA is recalling thousands of infant bibs because the snap on the bibs can come off and cause young children to choke.
One Million Folding Knives Recalled After Six People Cut By BladeCalifornia-based Harbor Freight Stores is recalling more than one million folding knives because the blade lock can fail, causing people to cut themselves.
Resistance Bands Sold At Walmart Recalled After Breaking And Injuring UsersResistance bands sold at Walmart are being recalled after at least a half dozen people were injured while using them.
Recall Issued For One Million Dressers Due To Risk Of Tipping OverA million dressers sold at Kmart stores for five years are being recalled because they can tip over and injure or kill children.
Thousands of DeWALT Multi-Functional Utility Bars Recalled For Breaking And Injuring UsersThousands of DeWALT utility bars sold at Home Depot and other hardware stores, along with Amazon, are being recalled because they can break and injure users.
General Mills Recalls Gold Medal Unbleached Flour For Possible E. Coli ContaminationMaking cookies with Gold Medal flour this week? It may be best to check the date before you bake.
Thousands Of Bath Toys Sold At buy buy Baby, Nordstrom, Amazon RecalledBath toys sold at a number of stores, including buy buy BABY, Nordstrom, Bump Box, and Amazon are being recalled.
Patio Chairs Sold By Rite Aid Recalled For The Second TimeRite Aid is recalling folding patio chairs because the chair frame can bend and cause the user to fall.
More Than A Half-Million Prescription Drug Bottles Recalled Because They Aren't Child-ResistantParents are being advised to check their prescription medicine bottles because more than a half-million bottles manufactured from July 2018 to August 2019 are not child-resistant.