The United States Food and Drug Administration, FDA, has posted this helpful video with regards to the popular and spooky contact lenses that everyone seems to be wearing these days for Halloween. Please take heed to their warnings, as suffering from retinal ulcers, scratches, eye infections or a road to blindness are just not worth it for one night out of the year. After all Halloween should be a night of tricks and treats.
Samsung is currently replacing older Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones due to its lithium ion battery possibly creating a dangerous situation. In fact airlines are requiring that these devices not be used or stowed away on their flights. Unfortunately for Samsung, it appears that a newly replaced phone started to smoke and make a "popping" sound according the owner of the Galaxy Note 7 after he turned it off in compliance with the flight attendant.
Samsung has issued another warning this time for it's washing machines. Certain top load washing machines made between 2011 to the present run the danger of exploding. Samsung is working with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on the issue.
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Nurse Assist Inc. announced today that it is voluntarily recalling all unexpired lots of I.V. Flush Syringes, due to a potential link to Burkholderia cepacia blood stream infections after use of the product. According to the CDC, Centers for Disease Control land Prevention, symptoms may vary.