Children need toys. Whether it’s a cardboard box made into a pirate ship or a playhouse, children need play to develop their imagination and social skills. As parents, we do everything we can to see that they’re happy. In these uncertain times, many of us have relied on toys to help ease the stress of… Continue reading Millions of Toys Go Uninspected During the Pandemic, Putting Your Child’s Safety at Risk
It is no secret that Americans have shifted significantly to online shopping over the last decade. However, online shopping has been a particular focus since the coronavirus pandemic began. As California and the rest of the United States came under stay at home orders, more and more people began buying everyday products online and having… Continue reading As We Buy More Online, Who Is Responsible For Faulty Products?
You may have a can of worms* in a can of baked beans. And those cans could literally turn into cans of worms (intestinal or rotten-food ones). * a can of worms is an idiomatic expression to describe a situation or subject that is very complicated or unpleasant to deal with or discuss. If you’ve… Continue reading These Defective Cans Can Injure & Kill You: Avoid the Recalled Baked Beans
You’re getting older, and that means that at some point you may need surgery to replace a joint, like a hip replacement or another type of medical implant. While most medical devices are safe, when one is defective it can put your life at risk. 1. Who recalls medical devices? It’s up to the manufacturer… Continue reading Defective medical devices: A risk for the aging population