The Boppy Company is recalling 3.3 million infant loungers after 8 infant deaths were reported. The recalled products including the Boppy Original Newborn Loungers, Boppy Preferred Newborn Loungers and Pottery Barn Kids Boppy Newborn Loungers. Between 2015 and 2020, 8 infant deaths were reported due to suffocation while using the product. These popular baby loungers were sold for $30-$44 at popular retailers including Walmart, Target, and on Amazon.com. Consumers are encouraged to immediately stop use of the product and contact The Boppy Company for a refund or credit.
More than 95,500 Hyundai vehicles are being recalled due to risk of fire. The vehicles included in this recall are select model-year 2017 Sonata Hybrid sedans and Tucson SUVs. The connecting rod bearings used in the vehicles can prematurely wear out in the engines. If this is left unattended, the engine could become blocked and oil can leak onto the hot engine surfaces, increasing the risk of an engine fire. As of now, there have been 45 fires reported but no crashes or injuries related to this recall. Vehicle owners should go to the nearest dealer so that they can inspect the engine and, if need be, replace the engine at no cost.
The FDA is recalling its Super Torque MB Angiographic Catheter after receiving 167 complaints from patients and medical professionals. The catheter, used to evaluate a patient’s vascular system, has experienced issues with the device’s radiopaque marker bands moving or coming loose during procedures. If this happens, it could cause serious adverse effects including a heart attack or stroke. So far, a total of 8 patients have been injured due to the faulty equipment. The recall includes 25,000 units.