April 23, 2014—MTD recalled Troy-Bilt’s electric leafblower, because the product’s impeller can break and strike the operator during use.
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April 23, 2014—Dominex Natural Foods recalled its AngelBowls Corkscrew Pasta and Creamy Tomato Vodka Sauce pasta product, because the product might contain pine nuts, which aren’t listed on the ingredient label.
April 23, 2014—Jaguar Land Rover North America recalled 2013–2014 XF, XJ and XK vehicles, because the toe links, which are components that are used to control rear-wheel alignment, can separate from the rear subframe.
April 23, 2014—Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) helps to reduce symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in young children, according to the results of a clinical trial that were published today in Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry.
April 23, 2014—Consumer Financial Protection Bureau added a tool that’s designed to help borrowers of private student loans.
April 22, 2014—Netflix says it plans to increase prices for new subscribers to its streaming service but has no immediate plans to charge extra to existing customers.
April 22, 2014—Kraft recalled Oscar Meyer Classic Wieners hot dogs, because the product might contain cheese, a milk allergen, which isn’t listed on the ingredient label.
April 22, 2014—Hickory Farms recalled its Chipotle Ranch Sauce, because the product contains milk, which isn’t listed on the ingredient label.
April 22, 2014—Food and Drug Administration approved a medication that’s designed to block the blood supply to tumors in patients who have advanced stomach cancer.
April 21, 2014—Emergency-room doctors continue to prescribe pain killer codeine to children and adolescents despite national guidelines that recommend against such practices, according to a report that was published today in the journal Pediatrics.
April 21, 2014—Whole Foods Market recalled its mini butter croissants, because the product contains eggs, which aren’t listed on the ingredient label.
April 21, 2014—The discovery of a gene mutation in ovary cells might lead to a diagnostic test than can identify a disorder that can contribute to female infertility, according to a research study that was funded by National Institutes of Health (NIH).
April 18, 2014—Michaels Stores says a previously disclosed data breach at its arts and craft stores as well as at Aaron Brothers frame stores might have affected about 3 million credit cards and debit cards.
April 18, 2014—Food and Drug Administration approved the first sublingual allergen extract medication for adults who have ragweed allergies.
April 18, 2014—Honda Motor says its new compact SUV, the HR-V, is scheduled to arrive in winter 2014-2015.
April 17, 2014—After years of promises that it would return to the U.S. market on a large scale, Alfa Romeo says its 2015 4C sports car will arrive in June 2014 and end the famed Italian automaker’s U.S. hiatus.
April 17, 2014—Consumers who want to automatically disable their smartphone when it’s stolen or lost will have such an option in 2015.
April 17, 2014—Ontel Products recalled its ISO7X isometric exercise device, because the product’s handle grips can break during use and cause parts to be ejected from the shaft.
April 17, 2014—Pier 1 Imports recalled its hanging glass star lantern, because the solder welds can melt because of heat that’s from a candle. This might cause the lantern to break, which would expose the flame.
April 17, 2014—Men who undergo circumcision when they are 35 or older significantly reduce their risk of developing prostate cancer compared with uncircumcised men, according to a study that University of Montreal conducted.
April 17, 2014—Chevrolet is adding another small vehicle to its U.S. lineup. The 2015 Trax will arrive in dealerships in early 2015, General Motors says.
April 16, 2014—Federal Trade Commission settled a lawsuit with a key operator of an Internet scam that raked in millions of dollars by luring consumers into trial memberships for bogus government-grant and money-making programs.
April 16, 2014—Kia Motors revealed a 2015 Sedona minivan that has more passenger room, a smaller engine and a radical redesign that matches the aggressive styling that the automaker applied to the rest of its vehicles in recent years.
April 16, 2014—Food and Drug Administration approved an injectable medication that’s called albiglutide, which is used to stabilize blood sugar in adults who have Type 2 diabetes.
April 16, 2014—General Motors says the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 will be the most powerful Chevy convertible ever, thanks to an engine that has 625 horsepower and delivers 635 foot-pounds of torque.