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WASHINGTON (AP) — Car owners whose air bags have been replaced in the past three years may have had dangerous counterfeit bags installed, the Obama administration warned Wednesday.
Recalls can be inconvenient and costly, but they also keep children safe.
How to keep the chemical BPA out of your food; the dangers of Kardashian-endorsed QuickTrim.
Kim Kardashian has lost weight on QuickTrim, but this product she's paid to endorse poses health risks.
Preschoolers and spray cleaners don't mix; how to encourage helmet use in teens.
How to stay on a diet to lose or maintain weight; 5 cheap alternatives to hiring a personal trainer.
Parents, don't be conned by sugary kids' cereals; 7 marketing claims that took heat.
Wrinkle creams: Worth it or not? Plus, 7 rookie mistakes to avoid when training for a race.
Lack of knowledge about active ingredients may up the risk of overdose, researchers say