Homemade Spray Sanitizer Sold at 7-Eleven Badly Burned my Son, Mom Says. Cops Seize Bottles, Issue Warning

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Sanitary supply and cleansers are in short supply in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. Left without sanitizers on store shelves and panicked about keeping disease-free, consumers are scrambling to buy whatever they can to give themselves peace of mind. Unfortunately, fraudsters and other people looking to make a quick buck are preying on vulnerable consumers by selling them slapdash …

The New “Toxic Beauty” Documentary Asks: Are Skin Care Products the New Cigarettes?

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The danger of personal care products is something that is rarely discussed in today’s society. Most people can identify products that have a reputation as being bad for you. For example, weed killers and certain drugs such as valsartan are now well known as being dangerous and have either been recalled or have seen their sales fall as the public …

CDC Officially Blames Vitamin E Acetate for Vaping Injuries

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A recent outbreak of critical lung illness associated with vaping left over 2,500 people injured and took 60 lives. For months, this illness, which is known as EVALI, was described as a mystery illness and led the government to the brink of taking steps to restrict vaping. Although the government has backed down from restricting e-cigarettes, the Centers for Disease …

5 Product Recalls to Watch Out For in the New Year

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As the New Year unfolds, there have been several major product recalls that have been issued since the start of 2020 that have affected products that have been widely sold. Although the number of product recalls have been down in the Trump Administration due to a less active CPSC and FDA, there have still been several significant recalls recently. Here …

Permanent Hair Dye and Straighteners May Increase Breast Cancer Risk

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Many women in the United States use hair dyes or straighteners on a regular basis. However, the results of a new study show that these women may be at risk of developing breast cancer with regular use of these products. This risk is even more pronounced in African-American women who used chemical hair straighteners. This is the first study of …

Delta Flight Attendants Sickened by Their Uniforms

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Flight attendants and other airline workers are exposed to numerous hazards while on the job. Between unruly passengers and other dangers of flying, flight attendants are exposed to quite a bit at work. One would certainly not expect that the uniform that is provided would be a job hazard. Yet that is precisely what is being reported; namely that the …

A Vegan Sued Burger King Over Its ‘Impossible Whopper.’ He Has a Point.

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Burger King’s Impossible Whopper has been the talk of the country as it has been at the vanguard of the plant-based revolution. The restaurant chain has credited the Impossible Whopper with increasing its sales overall and bringing customers into the store who ordinarily would not have visited a fast food restaurant.  Now, Burger King is facing a lawsuit over the …

Can You Sue Amazon for What You Buy on Marketplace?

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Product liability law in the United States is being upended as the traditional model of retail sales shifts in favor of a model in which companies like Amazon act as a market for sales of third party products. In these cases, Amazon claims that it is doing nothing other than simply offering a forum for these other vendors to connect …