Nearly one in five drivers who died in a car crash in the U.S. last year tested positive for drugs, according to the U.S. highway-safety regulator.
Pfizer, the world’s largest research-based pharmaceutical company, is expanding a recall on Lipitor because of an unusual musty odor the drug releases.
Honda Motor Co. is recalling nearly 18,500 snow blowers because fuel could seep or drip from the machine and cause a fire hazard, the company announced Wednesday.
Numerous multidistrict lawsuits against DePuy Orthopaedics may be comprised into one federal case, pending a U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation hearing Nov. 18.
A popular dried fish is being recalled because they could still contain parts of the intestine, which could be potentially harmful for those who consume the food.
Cars with open recalls can still be found on used car lots, stressing the need for buyers to research before they buy.
Cal-Main Foods Inc. is recalling approximately 24,000 dozen eggs after one of its suppliers tested positive for Salmonella contamination.
A device that could block cell phones from working in the drivers seat could affect all drivers in the near future.
Car seats, cribs and strollers are supposed to protect infants, but the number of deaths associated with such nursery products are up sharply from last year.
Nealy 90,000 window blinds and shades from China are being recalled, after a one-year-old died from strangulation.
DePuy Orthopaedics ASR XL hip device was recalled in August because of its early failure rates but there are other dangers lurking in the implant.
Volvo announced another expansion of a recall, to address problems with a faulty airbag in the 2010 Volvo XC60.
Despite being passed by the House and the Senate, the anticipated food safety bill may die in Congress.
If you have an artificial hip joint and are experiencing any of the following issues, it may be time to visit your surgeon for an evaluation.
The Senate passed important food safety legislation Tuesday, aimed at placing stricter standards on food.
Crash avoidance systems, including lane departure and electronic stability control are being introduced in cars to prevent rollovers and car accidents caused by sleepy drivers.
The DePuy Orthopaedics ASR XL Acetabular System hip implant has been making headlines since its recall in July, but how does this recall compare to ones of the past?
The SCHP is utilizing DUI checkpoints to aid in nabbing impaired drivers as part of their “Sober or Slammer” campaign to reduce alcohol-related car accidents.