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  • Does Your Child Take Dangerous Risks?
    Does Your Child Take Dangerous Risks?

    A new study suggests that children may be taking greater risks than many parents think when crossing the street. The results are concerning given that children are among the most frequent victims of ...

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  • Growing Number of Defective Defibrillators Leads to Stricter FDA Testing
    Growing Number of Defective Defibrillators Leads to Stricter FDA Testing

    Heart defibrillators are intended to be life-saving devices. However, despite their widespread use, defibrillators may be prone to defects. In response to growing concerns about their safety, the ...

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  • Government Database of Defective Products Now Online
    Government Database of Defective Products Now Online

    The federal Consumer Product Safety Commission has launched a public database that allows the public to report and search safety complaints on thousands of consumer products. SaferProducts.gov allows ...

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  • Hockey Goalie Masks Recalled
    Hockey Goalie Masks Recalled

    If your child plays hockey, you may want to check his or her equipment. Bauer Hockey is recalling several models of goalie masks and replacement cages. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety ...

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  • Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Accident
    Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Accident

    As reported by Sign on San Diego , a 28-year-old motorcyclist was seriously injured on March 25 in an accident in the Clairemont area of San Diego. The accident occurred around 7 p.m. as the ...

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  • Is Your Child's Hockey Helmet Unsafe?
    Is Your Child's Hockey Helmet Unsafe?

    A new study raises serious concerns about how well hockey helmets protect young players on the ice. While all helmets must satisfy minimum safety requirements, they do not all provide the same level ...

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