Store across the country are recalling broccoli products because they could be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes bacteria, according to news reports.
February marks Child Passenger Safety Month, putting a focus on ensure kids are properly buckled up and safe while in the car.
Some cell phone apps will soon be monitored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, according to news reports.
SUVs are now statistically safer than they were in the past and riders and drivers in SUVs are more likely to survive a crash than those in cars, according to news reports.
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The CPSC, in conjunction with Camsing Global LLC, announced the recall of about 10,000 units of their LED nightlights due to a potential burn hazard to consumers.
Daytime, weekday morning drunken driving is on an upward trend, according to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, and they’re reminding drivers to be safe and watch out.
A House subcommittee has approved a bill to outlaw the speed cameras on I-95, according to news reports.
The South Carolina legislature voted Tuesday to approve stricter age and safety restrictions on the all-terrain vehicles.
Seven insurance companies are suing Toyota Motor Corp. for hundreds of car accidents caused by glitches that lead to sudden acceleration.
Ford is extending its recall on its Windstar minivans, this time because the vehicle’s subframe could break in cold weather.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has some questions about the safety of metal-on-metal artificial hips.
Red light cameras catching drivers speeding through lights when they aren’t supposed to are reducing the number of fatal car accidents, according to a new study.
Chalreston personal injury lawyer, I came across these great food safety tips, according to news reports.
Consumers with peanut allergies will want to avoid a certain brand of breaded calamari rings that are being recalled because of the allergen risk.
Technology that is designed to allow vehicles to talk to each other for safety is scheduled to be tested in the real world following funding from the USDOT.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Thursday that prescription painkillers loaded with the drug acetaminophen will soon be restricted in the US.
Federal officials are worried that some of the recalled turkey meat contaminated with Salmonella could still be in consumer’s homes, according to news reports.