Vehicle recalls are becoming more and more prominent as manufactures find safety defects in both new and older vehicles. But what do you do if your car makes a recall list?
An auto accident in Columbia snarled traffic on westbound Interstate 20 causing delays and backing up traffic. Rain during was expected to complicate traffic.
A deadly food poisoning outbreak in Europe is highlighting the importance for food safety in the United States, according to news reports.
Driving with your dog on your lap may be fun, but it could also be very dangerous, according to news reports.
Every day approximately 26 infants are hurt in crib and playpen accidents, totaling nearly 100,000 children each year, according to a study that recorded the injuries for the first time.
Chives, produced by an upstate New York company, may be contaminated with Listeria, according to news reports.
American automaker Honda Motor Co. is rising to the number one spot in consumer satisfaction, catching up to Toyota in a recent survey.
Parents may want to check their children’s toy box for a rattle that is being recalled because it could pose a choking hazard and safety threat to children.
Rugby child pain and fever drops are being recalled because the packaging is not childproof, according to news reports.
A bill is being proposed in the South Carolina Senate to help the families who were injured in a children’s train crash in Spartanburg last month, according to news reports.
he National Highway Transportation Safety Administration is changing the labeling on helmets in order to reduce the number counterfeit safety-approved helmets.
A 2-year-old child and her grandparents were seriously injured in a hit-and-run car accident Sunday night in High Point, N.C., according to news reports.
Organic ground beef products are being recalled in South Carolina because the meat could be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7 bacteria.
American Woodcrafters is recalling twin-sized bunk and loft beds due to a safety issue with the upper bunk guardrails, which can break, posing a fall hazard.
Federal safety regulators are looking into a possible rust issue with Chrysler’s Jeep Liberty sport utility vehicle that could lead to loss of control of vehicle.
The Environmental Working Group, a non-profit focused on public health, has released its “Dirty Dozen” list, ranking the most chemically contaminated produce.
Weehoo, Inc. is recalling certain iGo bicycle trailers due to a risk of the trailer detaching, posing crash and fall hazards to a child in the trailer seat.
The US government’s recall of over two million cribs from a variety of manufacturers this year has parenting asking themselves: how safe is our child’s crib?