Space Inflamers: Defective Space Heaters Can Cause Fires and Injury

When temperatures plunge, many search for a cost-effective alternative to turning on the central heating system: space heaters. Small, localized sources of heat that give you the warmth you’re looking for without wasting the energy it takes to heat parts of your home you’re not occupying. With a variety of colors and styles to choose […]

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The Cost of Belonging: Hazing Injuries and the Law

“Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” So said Lord John Dahlberg-Acton in the 19th Century. Of his varied and highly-quotable commentaries as a historian and politician, this is the one that best stuck with us as a society. When placed in a position of absolute authority over their peers, people will almost […]

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McDonald’s Recalls Step-It Fitness Wristbands after Reports of Wrist Irritation

In mid-August, McDonald’s Inc. announced a recall of its Step-It Fitness Tracker Happy Meal toys. Encouraged by the burgeoning market of fitness wearables like the FitBit health tracker, as well as “smart” wearables like the Apple Watch, the wristband-like wearable device functioned as a pedometer, ostensibly to encourage physical activity among its young wearers. No […]

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Hyundai Recalls Sonata for Ejecting Sunroof

In what had to be an embarrassing press release, Hyundai Motors announced the recall of certain 2015 and 2016 Sonata models with panoramic sunroofs. An estimated 62,811 “potentially affected” vehicles are believed to on the road at this time. It appears the affected Sonatas have problems keeping the sunroofs’ tempered glass sheets secured to the […]

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Jurisdiction Measuring: Denton City Council Will Vote on Banning Handheld Device Use in Vehicles

Thanks in large part to increased safety measures in modern vehicles, crash fatalities saw a gradual decline for most of the 2000’s. Unfortunately, that positive streak was broken by the increased prevalence and functionality of smartphones, which have become harder and harder to resist for the majority of the populace. We fiddle with them in […]

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Hyundai Genesis Coupes Recalled for Airbag System Error

Hyundai Motors has announced a recall of over 84,000 Genesis Coupe vehicles, effective December 2. It appears that once again, airbags are the central issue of an automotive recall. According to Hyundai, Genesis Coupes sold from 2010 through 2016 may suffer from electrical problems that affect airbag deployment. Given that the 2010 model was the […]

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Fiat Chrysler Recalls Late-Model Jeep Wranglers for Airbag Wiring Fault

Another day, another auto recall for airbags that blow up, burst out randomly, or fail entirely. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced a recall of approximately 224,000 vehicles with potentially-faulty airbag sensors. The worldwide recall affects certain 2016 and 2017 models of the Jeep Wrangler SUV. In information released to the NHTSA, Fiat Chrysler notes […]

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We All Scream: Cookie-Dough Supplier Behind Latest Blue Bell Recall

As of late September another recall has joined the list of recalled Blue Bell products, but this one appears to be related to their partner supplier Aspen Hills, Inc., who made the tainted cookie dough included in the newly recalled products. What does this mean for people who may have been exposed to potentially tainted […]

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