Getting Help After a Prescription Drug Injury

Although medication must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) before being sold in the United States, drug injuries from both prescription and over-the-counter medicines can occur. In some cases, defective medicines cause harm. In others, unclear warning labels or instructions fail to provide important information to patients. Medications can also be mishandled […]

December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month

It’s very important to consider safety and age range when selecting toys for children. Prevent Blindness America hosts Safe Toys and Gifts Month each December to remind everyone of the importance of toy safety. Preventing Eye Injuries Accidents with toys can result in eye injuries for children. Prevent Blindness America reports that thousands of children […]

Safe Sleeping for Infants: Inclined Sleeper Recalls

Fisher-Price, Dorel Juvenile Group USA, and Kids II are among the companies who have recalled inclined and rocking sleepers for infants in the past year. Infant fatalities have occurred in these sleepers, most frequently when the infants rolled from their backs to their stomachs or sides while unrestrained. Creating a safe sleep environment for infants […]