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FDA Warns Some Hand Sanitizers May Be Toxic

Hand sanitizer demand has skyrocketed during the Coronavirus pandemic. Health advisors have advised American consumers to wash our hands often with soap and water to limit the spread of COVID-19. If soap and water are not available, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends we use a hand sanitizer that contains at least Read More

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Recall of Some Metformin Diabetes Medication

Since 2010, the FDA has been investigating the presence of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) in Metformin, “after several batches of the diabetes drug sold outside the U.S. were found to contain low levels of the substance.” (Healthline.com) In 2018, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recalled some blood pressure medications due to the drugs containing NDMA. Read More

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FDA Recalls All Ranitidine (Zantac) Products Due to Cancer Risk

On April 1, 2020 the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it was pulling all ranitidine off the shelves due to a possible link to cancer. This recall includes all prescription and over the counter ranitidine (best known by the brand name Zantac). In September of last year, the FDA put out a warning Read More

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Higher Safety Standards for ATV’s Don’t Seem to Affect Death Rate in SC

All-terrian vehicles (ATV’s) can be a lot of fun, but can also be very dangerous. Injuries and deaths can be caused by: not having proper safety equipment, riding incorrectly, riding in unsafe places or conditions, and letting children ride adult-size ATV’s. Before you ride, make sure you are aware of the hazards, and the rules Read More

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Second Recall on Contigo Kids’ Water Bottles Due to Choking Hazard

                                   If you have one of these water bottles, please take it away from your child immediately. Contigo (a water bottle company) has issued a second recall on “about 5.7 million of its kids water bottles over fears its spout Read More

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Are You Being Exposed to a Carcinogen Without Realizing It?

In our daily lives, we are coming into contact with thousands of chemicals that we know almost nothing about. Most of these chemicals are harmless in small doses, but others have the potential for adverse health effects. (NTP.gov) In fact, it is estimated that 2000 new chemicals are introduced into the market each year. (YourGreenPal.com) Read More

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Consumers Continue to Complain about Fuel Economy in Honda Accord Hybrid

Many consumers who have purchased the 2018 or 2019 Honda Accord Hybrid are realizing that the gas mileage they are getting may be a good bit less than what Honda advertises. Honda advertises that the 2018 model gets 47 city/47 highway MPG, and the 2019 model gets 48city/48 highway MPG. Here are just a few Read More

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More Complaints about Honda Accord Hybrid Fuel Economy

Recent reviews are showing that many new owners of 2018 and 2019 Honda Accord Hybrids are not getting the fuel economy they expected when they bought their Honda Accord Hybrids. Honda advertises that the 2018 model gets 47 city/47 highway MPG, and the 2019 model gets 48city/48 highway MPG. Some reviewers have even given five Read More

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Gas Mileage Problems with the 2018/2019 Honda Accord Hybrids

Purchasers of the 2018 and 2019 Honda Accord Hybrids have been surprised to find out that their new Accord Hybrid are not getting the gas mileage that was advertised by Honda. Honda’s website advertises the 2018 model getting 47 city, and 47 highway miles per gallon (MPG), and advertises the 2019 model getting 48 city Read More

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Investigation on Additional 12.3 Million Vehicles for Airbag Malfunction

Malfunctioning Takata Airbags have been in the news since 2001, with the first recalls by Isuzu. According to NPR, this has been the largest ever recall on automobiles in United States history.(IbTimes) Defective Takata airbags are responsible for at least 15 deaths and 250 injuries in the US, to date. The first recalls were due Read More

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