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DevaCurl products are causing hair loss, lawsuit claims

  A popular hair-care product has the opposite effect — instead causing users’ locks to fall out, according to a new lawsuit brought against DevaCurl by dozens of unhappy customers.   The plaintiffs say New York-based DevaCurl — which is made especially for

DevaCurl products are causing hair loss, lawsuit claims2021-04-16T07:51:33-04:00

Prestone products recalls antifreeze due to failure to meet child resistant packaging requirements; risk of poisoning

  This recall involves fourteen different models of pre-diluted or concentrated antifreeze sold under six different brand names: Prestone®, AutoZone®, Highline®/Prime Guard®, Supertech®, Prime® and Starfire®. The one-gallon antifreeze bottles are black, gray, orange, white or yellow.   The brand is printed on

Prestone products recalls antifreeze due to failure to meet child resistant packaging requirements; risk of poisoning2021-04-15T13:51:19-04:00

The Vitamin Shoppe recalls Vthrive bioactive multivitamins due to failure to meet child resistant packaging requirement; risk of poisoning

  This recall involves The Vitamin Shoppe’s Vthrive Bioactive Women’s One-Daily Multivitamins. The 60-count capsules were sold in an amber bottle with a gray top. Vthrive and Bioactive Women’s One-Daily Multi are printed on a blue label on the bottle. Item number VS-6104

The Vitamin Shoppe recalls Vthrive bioactive multivitamins due to failure to meet child resistant packaging requirement; risk of poisoning2021-04-15T12:35:40-04:00

Specialized bicycle components recalls sirrus bicycles with alloy cranks due to fall and injury hazards

  This recall involves the 2019-2020 model year Sirrus, Sirrus X and Sirrus Sport bicycles.  The bicycles were sold in 27 different colors.  Consumers can determine if their bicycle is part of the recall if “Sirrus” or “Sirrus X” is written on the

Specialized bicycle components recalls sirrus bicycles with alloy cranks due to fall and injury hazards2021-04-15T12:53:54-04:00

Communicorp recalls plush Aflac doctor duck due to violation of federal lead content ban; lead poisoning hazard

  This recall involves the six inch plush Aflac promotional Doctor Duck. Doctor Duck is white with a yellow beak and feet. It is dressed in a white lab coat with buttons and a stethoscope. “Aflac” is printed on the front of the

Communicorp recalls plush Aflac doctor duck due to violation of federal lead content ban; lead poisoning hazard2021-04-15T14:54:10-04:00

Fortnite star Tfue settles dispute with FaZe Clan, ending Esports’ first major employment lawsuit

  The esports industry’s first major employment lawsuit has come to an end.   Fortnite streaming star Turner “Tfue” Tenny and esports organization FaZe Clan today announced they had reached a settlement after a 15-month contract dispute over sponsorship opportunities and payment. “Faze and

Fortnite star Tfue settles dispute with FaZe Clan, ending Esports’ first major employment lawsuit2021-04-16T13:24:56-04:00

Thule Recalls Strollers Due to Injury Hazard

  This recall involves Thule Sleek strollers.  The recalled strollers were sold in black, dark gray, light gray, navy blue and red with a silver or black frame.   Only strollers without a QC2020 sticker next to the product label and manufactured between

Thule Recalls Strollers Due to Injury Hazard2021-04-15T14:44:34-04:00

California court rules Amazon is liable for injuries from defective products

  Amazon can be held liable like other traditional retailers for injuries from defective products sold via its sprawling e-commerce marketplace, a California state appeals court ruled on Thursday.   The decision overturned a San Diego Superior Court ruling that the world’s biggest

California court rules Amazon is liable for injuries from defective products2021-04-16T12:47:05-04:00

CPSC and Crown Darts UK warn consumers to stop using and dispose of banned lawn dart sets; recalling firm is unable to conduct recall

  The recalled lawn dart sets were sold for 2, 4 and 5 players and contained 4, 8 and 10 units (darts) respectively, as well as individual spare darts.  The lawn darts are about a foot long (30 cm), have polypropylene flights (fins)

CPSC and Crown Darts UK warn consumers to stop using and dispose of banned lawn dart sets; recalling firm is unable to conduct recall2021-04-16T06:42:41-04:00
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