The American Academy of Physicians (AAP) reports that about 50 percent of women between the ages of 40 to 60, and nearly 75 percent of women over the age of 75, have some form of urinary incontinence.1 Those numbers could actually be higher, since urinary… Read More
The death of a California woman last month has been confirmed as the 11th U.S. fatality related to defective Takata airbags.
A 50-year-old woman was driving a 2001 Honda Civic in Riverside County when a Chevrolet pick-up truck made a left turn, smashing… Read More
In the biggest payout to consumers in automotive history, Volkswagen will pay $14.7 billion to settle its emissions scandal. The payout includes $86 million in penalties to California for diesel emissions violations.
In excess of $10 billion will be… Read More
A Missouri court recently awarded $55 million in damages to a woman who used Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder for feminine hygiene for years. She later developed ovarian cancer.
Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder, a signature product for the company, contains… Read More
Volkswagen may soon announce a diesel vehicle buyback program. A spokesperson for the company recently made a statement indicating that a Volkswagen buyback may be the best solution for some recalled vehicles, because an emissions fix may not be ready… Read More
Volkswagen (VW) continues to make waves with environmental regulators.
In response to its emissions cheating scandal, Volkswagen submitted a plan to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) that included changes necessary for making the company's 2.0-liter… Read More
Regulators from the California Air Resources Board have demanded that Volkswagen begin recalling an additional 15,000 cars sold in California since 2009, in yet another unprecedented move concerning the recent Volkswagen emissions scandal lawsuit.
Earlier… Read More
The Japanese airbag manufacturing company Takata blatantly violated the Motor Vehicle Safety Act by producing and distributing defective airbags, prompting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to enact legal control over the company.
In… Read More
Lumber Liquidators has recently come under criticism that its laminate wood flooring, which is produced in China, has high levels of formaldehyde, a chemical that can cause serious adverse health conditions for those exposed to it for extended periods… Read More
For the last six months, Americans have rarely turned on the news or opened up a newspaper without the announcement of a new recall.Toyota Motor Corp., one of the worlds largest automotive companies has announced a new recall involving nearly 250,000… Read More