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March 2010 Archive

Published on Mar 24, 2010 by Edgar Snyder
Infantino baby slings recalled

More than one million Infantino baby slings have been recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) after reports linked them to the suffocation deaths of three infants. The CPSC urged parents of babies younger than four months to immediately stop using the potentially dangerous products.

Published on Mar 23, 2010 by Edgar Snyder
Zocor muscle damage

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning about the cholesterol drug Zocor (simvastatin), saying that its highest available dose can cause muscle and severe kidney damage.

Published on Mar 18, 2010 by Edgar Snyder
Graco high chairs recalled

Over one million Graco Harmony high chairs have been recalled because they pose a fall hazard to children. Twenty-four injuries have been reported so far.

Published on Mar 15, 2010 by Edgar Snyder
Traffic deaths at record low

Highway traffic deaths in the United States have hit their lowest level since they were first recorded in 1954. The Transportation Department said that according to its estimates, traffic deaths fell almost 9 percent in 2009 to under 34,000.

Published on Mar 12, 2010 by Edgar Snyder
Osteoporosis drugs

The Food and Drug Administration is considering a safety review of certain bone-building drugs called bisphosphonates to see if they actually increase the risk of femur fractures. Research shows that the drugs, such as Fosamax and Boniva, can make bones brittle after long-term use.

Published on Mar 09, 2010 by Edgar Snyder
Baby Crawling

A study of popular juice box brands found levels of arsenic in some samples that surpass the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) level of "concern," 23 parts per billion (ppb), for heavy metals in juices. More than 25 percent of the 18 samples tested by The St. Petersburg Times contained between 25 and 35 parts per billion (ppb) of arsenic.

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