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McDonald's Recalls Happy Meal Fitness Trackers After BurnsMcDonald's Step-It activity wristbands are being recalled due to risks of skin irritation or burns.
ShopRite Recalls Several Cookies, Possibly Containing Metal ShavingsShopRite has recalled several different cookies due to them possibly containing metal shavings.
Starbucks Recalls Stainless-Steel Straws On Reports Of CutsStarbucks is recalling stainless-steel straws it sold in its stores and online after three reports of children suffering "mouth lacerations" while using them.
Bar-S Foods Recalls Hot Dogs, Corn Dogs Due To Possible ListeriaBar-S Foods Company is recalling more than 350,000 pounds of hot dogs and corn dogs made with chicken and pork that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Tuesday.
LL Bean Recalls Children's Insulated BottlesL.L. Bean is recalling children's insulated water bottles because of concerns about lead contamination.
IKEA Recalls 80,000 Baby GatesIKEA is recalling 80,000 baby gates because they can come unintentionally unlocked.
General Mills Recalls Popular Betty Crocker Cake MixesOut of an abundance of caution, General Mills announces they are recalling three flavors of their popular Betty Crocker cake mix.
Half A Million Hoverboards Recalled Due To Fire HazardThe U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall on Wednesday of 501,000 hoverboards due to fire hazard.
Toyota Recalls More Than 1 Million Cars For Defective Air BagsThey are not made by Takata.
General Mills Recalls 4 Flavors Of Nature Valley Nut BarsGeneral Mills is recalling some of its Nature Valley protein chewy bars, and Nature Valley simple nut bars.
IKEA Recalls Millions Of Dressers After Death Of Third ChildIkea is recalling millions of dressers that can tip over and are being blamed for the deaths of three children.
HP Recalls Thousands Of Laptop Batteries Due To Fire HazardHewlett-Packard has announced a worldwide voluntary safety recall of HP and Compaq notebooks due to the risk of overheating.

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