Each year thousands of products are recalled for any number of reasons like manufacturing defects or accelerated wear and tear.
A new study by the University of Michigan’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital reveals this and more.
There’s more involved to surviving a blizzard than just planning. Know what actions you’ll need to take.
According to a spokesman for Entergy, the ads for the Indian Point plant will begin running next week on cable television and in newspapers.
No one was hurt during the outage, which affected the entire theme park briefly around 1:22 p.m.
To make sure this summer is a great one for you and your family, here is our guide to preventing (and treating) some of the season’s health hazards.
Much has changed in the landscape of baseball bats for the 2011 season. If you are buying one of these bats, be very careful, especially if the bat is a BESR (Ball Exit Speed Ratio) bat.
Last year, subways killed 40 people in New York City. In the future, sliding mechanical doors at the platform’s edge could save lives, preventing people from falling, jumping, or getting pushed.
In a city recognized as a prime target for terrorism, some are fearful the Christmas holiday will be anything but peaceful in New York City, and authorities are on high alert for possible terrorist activity.
In Connecticut, new restrictions on 16 and 17-year-olds getting their licenses have really paid off.
Pet owners be warned: As you carve the jack-o-lanterns and fill those bowls of candy, your furry friends may stumble upon dangers you hadn’t thought of.
A new state law requiring motorists to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks – not just yield to them – is resulting in more tickets and warnings.
Ford says it is recalling 575,000 older model Windstar vans in the United States and Canada over concerns that the rear axles can corrode and potentially break.
The NYPD is on a ticket blitz, giving cyclists more than 15,000 violations so far this year and many pedestrians say it’s about time.