Stork Craft Manufacturing Inc. has recalled over 2.1 million drop-side cribs because they pose a suffocation hazard to babies and toddlers. In the wake of the recall, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) admitted that it hasn't acted as quickly as it should on crib safety.
Over 50,000 Pennsylvania motorists get caught drunk driving each year and remain on the road. This is because, unlike most states in the country, Pennsylvania has what critics are calling a loophole law.
A new study has found that approximately half of teens ages 16 and 17 who own cell phones have talked on the phone while driving. About one-third of those same teens have texted behind the wheel.
Most people think of food poisoning as a few days of stomach problems – something that can be awful while it lasts but eventually comes to an end. A new report, however, has found that most foodborne pathogens can cause serious medical conditions.
Almost 1 million Maclaren strollers have been recalled after at least 12 reported finger amputations. The amputations occurred when babies or toddlers got their fingers stuck in the strollers' hinges.