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Dangerous Pet Food Recalled after Nearly 30 Fatal Reactions Reported in Dogs

by Staff Blogger | January 5th, 2021

According to CNN, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating a brand of pet food called Sportmix that is linked to 28 deaths and eight injuries in dogs that were fed it. The pet food is manufactured by Midwestern Pet Foods, and it contains high levels of a dangerous chemical called aflatoxin, which

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Get a New Gadget or Device for Christmas? Check for Recalls!

by Staff Blogger | December 29th, 2020

News of a defective ceiling fan is making the rounds in recent days after it was discovered that blades can detach from it while it’s in motion. The Hampton Bay Mara ceiling fan was sold exclusively at Home Depot, and around 182,000 have been sold in the U.S. alone. Unfortunately, both consumer and medical product

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The FDA Frequently Reports on Food Recalls, Too

by Staff Blogger | November 10th, 2020

At Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough, it’s our job to help people who have been hurt by defective manufacturers. In many cases, those defective drugs already have been or will be recalled by their manufacturers. When that happens, the recalls are often recommended and/or announced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). But as the

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Guys: Covering Up Your Grey Could Put Your Health at Risk!

by Staff Blogger | October 27th, 2020

For men who want to look younger, hair dye is an essential product. But its drawbacks may be much greater than just the hassle of frequent applications. In early 2019, a Florida man sued the manufacturer of Just For Men hair dye after he claimed that using product on his beard caused permanent scarring on

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