The USDA and CDC stated that 206 people have been confirmed to have become ill with hepatitis A. Click here for affected seafood brands.
Excessive force may be transmitted to the car seat occupant in the event of a crash, increasing their risk of injury. Click here for affected brands and models.
The recalled meat and poultry products were produced on various dates between June 2 and Aug. 17. Click here for a list of affected products.
Use may result in blockage of blood vessels. Blockage can lead to strokes, heart attacks, respiratory failure, kidney failure, or liver failure. Click here for affected brands and dates.
Confirmed reports of cracking helmets causes recall. Football players should immediately stop using the recalled helmets. Click here for affected brands and dates.
People with egg-related allergies run the risk of serious reactions if they consume this product. For affected brands and dates click here >>.
Too much lead can cause health problems, including delayed mental and physical development and learning deficiencies. For affected brands and dates click here >>.