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Baby cradle recall could impact thousands of families

In April 2016, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a major recall of products intended for babies. The devices in question, swinging cradles manufactured by Fisher-Price, were reportedly vulnerable to a defect that could cause the seat to drop during usage. Although no injury reports had been received, Fisher-Price recalled numerous models in…

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Heart failure may be diagnosed earlier with AI

Many Ohio residents receive their initial diagnosis of heart failure when they visit the emergency room. For many people, the disease is terminal. Of the 23 million people with heart failure around the world, half die within five years of being diagnosed with the condition. Heart failure may be diagnosed earlier with help from…

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Alcohol suspected in fatal Ohio accident

Two people died in a Cuyahoga County accident on March 26 following a three-car crash. Four others were injured in the accident that occurred around 3 a.m. near the East 103rd intersection along St. Clair in Cleveland. One car was attempting to turn off of St. Clair and was hit by a second car…

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Fewer products recalls for children in 2015

Ohio parents who are concerned about the safety of products they purchase for their young children might be relieved to learn that according to the advocacy group Kids In Danger, in 2015, the lowest number of toys and similar products were recalled since the group started tracking these matters in 2001. However, few of…

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