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  • Consumer Alert: Major Dog Food Recall

    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning all pet lovers about a large-scale recall of contaminated dog and cat food products. So far, the agency is aware of approximately 70 pets that died and 80 others that are ill after the eating various Sportmix pet food products. Midwestern Pet Foods, Inc. manufactured the food[…]


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    Snow Blower Safety Tips

    Every year, snow blowers are responsible for thousands of serious injuries. Although there has not been a major snowfall in the Philadelphia area quite yet this winter, meteorologists are predicting major storms are still to come. Before using a snow blower, it is important to know how to safely operate one in order to avoid[…]


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    Check Your Batteries: Smoke Detectors and Carbon Monoxide Alarms

    Robert Adler, Acting Chairman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is reminding Americans that now is the time for checking and changing batteries in their carbon monoxide and smoke detectors. In regard to limiting risks associated with fires and CO exposure, Adler said: “early warning is crucial to getting out […] alive” – and[…]


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    Deceased Worker’s Husband Says Machine Manufacturers are to Blame

    In 2015, a woman died when robotic equipment crushed her as she was working. Her husband recently filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the machine manufacturers. According to the suit, as a journeyman maintenance-technician at an automotive supplier the victim frequently worked alongside – and performed routine maintenance on – robotic machinery. Her husband’s suit[…]


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    Toyota and Lexus Recall

    In order to comply with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Toyota is voluntarily recalling approximately 65,000 Toyota and Lexus brand vehicles – and the manufacturer is doing it a year ahead of the NHTSA’s schedule. The recall comes because of a dangerous automotive defect, which involves the notoriously dangerous Takata airbag infiltrators. These[…]


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