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HealthNews RoundUp - 2nd Week of June 2022
Backcountry Access Tracker4 Avalanche Transceivers Won’t Search
The CPSC and Backcountry Access now recall Backcountry Access Tracker4 Avalanche Transceivers. The toggle switch that permits the unit to search easily separates from the transceiver preventing the unit from locating a skier in an avalanche. About 9,000 units were sold in the US and about 450 were sold in Canada at
REI, Evo, Cripple Creek Backcountry and other specialty stores nationwide and online at amazon.com, backcountry.com, snowbigdeal.com, jagaloon.com and specialty websites. Stop depending on this faulty transceiver and contact Backcountry Access at 1-800-670-8735 or via email at email@example.com to receive a prepaid mailer to return our unit for a free replacement transceiver.
#backcountry #transceiver #switch #search #recall
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Wonder & Wise Baby Activity Walkers May Strangle
The CPSC and Asweets are recalling Wonder & Wise Baby Activity Walkers. The rubber rings on the walker’s rear wheel may detach and create a strangulation hazard for infants and toddlers. About 13,000 of these walkers were sold at
Albee Baby, Bloomingdales, Crate & Barrel, Nordstrom, The Tot and children’s boutiques nationwide, and online at crateandbarrel.com, littlewonderandco.com, www.modernnursery.com, nordstrom.com,thetot.com and wonderandwise.com. Don’t permit your young children to use these walkers until they are repaired. Contact Asweets by phone at 1-833-422-2028 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive free replacement rear wheels.
#wonderandwise #walkers #wheels #strangulation #recall
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Leveret Children’s Robes Are Flammable
The CPSC and Joey Clothing Inc. are recalling Leveret Children’s Robes. These garments fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear and create risks of burns. About 15,930 of these robes were sold in the Us and 16 were sold in Canada at amazon.com, leveret.com, nordstromrack.com and zulily.com. Stop allowing your children to wear these robes. Cut the robe in half and send a photo of the cut robe and the garment label along with a receipt to email@example.com for a $35 refund. If you send the photo without the receipt, you’ll only get $30.
#joey #robe #flammable #burns #recall
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Demdaco Microwavable Bowl Holders Light Up
The CPSC and Demdaco are recalling Demdaco Microwavable Bowl Holders. These cotton and linen bowl holders in 27 designs will ignite and burn if left in the microwave for 3 minutes as suggested in the product instructions. About 56,000 units were sold in the US and 369 were sold in Canada at gift shops, hardware stores, florists, drug stores and pharmacies nationwide and online at Demdaco.com, Target.com, Amazon.com and Zulily.com. Immediately stop using these bowl holders in the microwave and return the product to the place of purchase for a refund. You can contact Demdaco at 1-888-336-3226 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or a prepaid return mailer and the refund.
#demdaco #microwavebowlholder #fire #burns #recall
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Frigidaire and Electrolux Refrigerators Have Choking Icemakers
The CPSC and Electrolux are recalling Frigidaire and Electrolux Side-by-Side, Top Freezer and Multi-door refrigerators. The ice maker’s automatic shutoff arm may fracture into pieces and fall into the ice bucket as foreign bodies that create choking and laceration hazards. About 367,500 of these refrigerators were sold in the Us and 7,180 were sold in Canada at Lowe’s, Home Depot and appliance stores nationwide and online at Frigidaire.com. Stop using the ice makers on these appliances and contact Electrolux at 1-833-840-5926 for via email at IceMakerRecall@electrolux.com to schedule a free repair visit.
#frigidaire #electrolux #refrigerator #icemaker #foreignbodies #choking #laceration #recall
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Target’s Cat & Jack Unicorn Cozy Pajama Sets Are Unsafe
The CPSC and Target are recalling Cat & Jack Unicorn Cozy Pajama Sets. These garments fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear and create risks of burns. About 120,000 pj sets were sold at Target stores nationwide and Target.com. Stop allowing your children to sleep in these pjs and return them to any Target store for a full refund. For additional information, call Target at 1-800-440-0680.
#target #pajamas #flammable #burns #recall
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Aflac Toy Ducks Are Poison
The CPSC and Communicorp now recall 6” Aflac Toy Ducks. These promotional items contain toxic levels of phthalates and lead. About 600,000 of these ducks were distributed to Aflac staff members and licensed agents. There are 8 different models of duck including Accident Duck, Business Duck, Fishing Duck, Police Duck, PGA Duck, One Day Pay Duck, Heisman Duck, and Lifeguard Duck. Take these cute but dangerous ducks away from your kids and dispose of this dangerous toy. If you need more information, call Communicorp at 1-800-642-3522.
#aflac #ducks #lead #phthalates #poisoning #recall
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Recalls on Irvington Seafood Crabmeat
The FDA and Irvington Seafood are recalling various forms of their crabmeat including Jumbo, Lump, Finger, and Claw. This seafood is contaminated with listeria monocytogenes. This bacterium causes serious and sometimes fatal infections in the very young, elders, and in those with weakened immune systems. This seafood was sold in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi. If you have any of this seafood, return it to the place of purchase for a refund. For more information, call Irvington at 1-251-610-4159.
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Leonard Novelty Carrot Cake Squares Are Nuts
The FDA and the Leonard Novelty Bakery are recalling Leonard Novelty Carrot Cake Squares. These little cakes contain undeclared walnuts. Those with walnut allergies may develop serious and life-threatening allergic reactions after enjoying these carrot cakes. If you bought any of these cakes, likely in NJ where the bakery is located, return them to the place of purchase for a refund. For more information, contact the bakery at 1-201-296-0888.
#leonard #carrotcakes #walnuts #allergy #recall
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Recalls on Multi-branded Cheese Products
The FDA and Paris Brothers are recalling cheese products sold under the following brands: Paris Brothers, Milton, Bree D’Amir, Cottonwood, and Pecorino. These products are all contaminated with listeria monocytogenes. This bacterium causes serious and sometimes fatal infections in the very young, elders, and in those with weakened immune systems. These cheeses were sold in Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, Oklahoma, Nebraska, South Dakota, Mississippi, and Florida. If you recently bought one of these cheeses, don’t consume it but return it to the place of purchase. For more information, call Paris Brothers at 1-816-455-4188.
#parisbrothers #cheese #listeria #infection #recall
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Artri Ajo King Joint Supplements Are Recalled
The FDA and Walmart are recalling Artri Ajo King Joint Supplements. This product contains undisclosed diclofenac, an NSAID drug. This and other NSAIDs may cause serious gastrointestinal damage, including bleeding, ulceration, and fatal perforation of the stomach and intestines. The drug could interact with other drugs a person is taking. If you bought this supplement, return it to the Walmart store. If you have questions, call Walmart Customer Care at 1-800-925-6278, option 1.
#walmart #jointsupplement #diclofenac #nsaid #bleeding #recall
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