These recalls are urgent and are usually considered Class I recalls, meaning it could potentially cause serious injury or death. Stop using these products immediately and contact the appropriate authority (i.e. FDA, USDA, CPSC).

FDA Warns of the Dangers of DMAA (Dimethylamylamine)

The FDA has warned consumers not to take any dietary supplement containing the ingredient DMAA (dimethylamylamine, which goes by other names as well, listed below), which has been associated with numerous risks, including seizures, heart attack, and death. When asked … Continued

Target Recalls Storage Trunks Due to Strangulation Hazard

CPSC HAS RECEIVED TWO REPORTS OF INJURIES THAT OCCURRED WHEN THE STORAGE TRUNKS’ LIDS SUDDENLY CLOSED ON CHILDREN, INCLUDING ONE REPORT OF AN 18-MONTH-OLD GIRL WHO REPORTEDLY SUFFERED BRAIN DAMAGE WHEN THE TRUNK’S LID CAME DOWN ON THE BACK OF HER NECK AND PINNED HER THROAT AGAINST THE RIM OF THE TRUNK.

CPSC Issues Warning on Drop-Side Cribs

AS PART OF ITS COMMITMENT TO ENSURE SAFE SLEEP FOR YOUNG CHILDREN, THE U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION (CPSC) IS ONCE AGAIN WARNING PARENTS AND CAREGIVERS ABOUT DEADLY HAZARDS WITH DROP-SIDE CRIBS.