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More Than 800 Vape-Related Injuries in One Month

New concerning data has been released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – in October there was an increase of 202 cases of vape-related lung injuries per week, which means there were more than 800 incidents in just 31 days. The total death toll from these injuries has now reached 48, with[…]

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Amazon Workers Face High Injury Rates – Especially During the Holiday Season

According to an investigation by the Atlantic and Reveal, Amazon warehouse workers face exceptionally high injury rates. With the rapidly approaching holiday season comes more intense job pressure, so the dangers are actually increasing. The company calls its fulfillment centers places “where all Amazon orders come to life,” but they are also places with incident[…]

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Most Dangerous Toys of 2019

Many parents believe that if a toy is for sale, it is safe for children under the age guidelines that the manufacturer set. This is not always true, and many consumer watchdog groups are keeping an eye on dangerous toys that are currently being sold. World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc. (W.A.T.C.H.) has been evaluating[…]

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Tailgating Car Accidents

Countless scenarios can result in a car accident. Among the most common are rear-end collisions that occur when a driver follows the car in front of them too closely. According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration statistics, nearly one-quarter of all car accidents are rear-end collisions, causing nearly 2,000 deaths and one million injuries annually.[…]

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Cancer-Causing Chemical Found in Zantac

According to data from laboratory testing of Zantac, a common over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription heartburn drug, the medication is contaminated with a cancer-causing chemical. N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) is a chemical used in petroleum-based industrial products. During lab tests, researchers detected NDMA levels more than 3,170 times greater than the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) daily intake[…]

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