In Ohio and the rest of the U.S., defective Takata airbags have caused the number of automobile recalls to hit record highs. These dangerous products put the number of recalls at about 51 million in 2015. According to the government, the product recalls that started in 2014 will probably continue into the future.
Ohio parents of young children may want to check their medicine cabinets to determine if they have any of the children's cough syrup that was recently recalled. The Perrigo Company announced that it was recalling two of its children's cough syrup products due to concerns over defective dosing cups. According to the company, the dosing cups included with the cough syrups were manufactured with incorrect measurement markings.
Achieving excellent outcomes for patients requires high standards of performance in Ohio hospitals. Safety protocols have been implemented throughout the nation and on a worldwide scale to improve surgery results, and there are two primary approaches used to accomplish this, each different in focus. A recent research project by Oxford University has evaluated these approaches, noting that using them in combination may be the best option to ensure safety.
Some frying pans that had been sold at Macy's retail stores in Ohio and across the country as part of the retailer's Martha Stewart Collection have been recalled due to safety concerns. The 8-inch and 10-inch stainless steel frying pans are part of a 10-piece cookware set that were sold by Macy's in its stores, on its website and on military bases.