The increasing affordability and availability of GPS-enabled devices has helped countless travelers reach their destinations in recent years. But the story of a Canadian couple who went missing in Nevada for 48 days has shown that GPS has its limits and can even put you in harm’s way. The couple had plotted their course on [...]
Sold under the names "Blue Silk" or "Cloud Nine", a new line of bath salts isn't meant to simply help you "relax"--at least, not in the traditional sense.
Prescription drugs are an extremely important part of many Americans' daily lives and can mean the difference between life and death.
For those smokers who thought that cutting back the number of cigarettes they smoke per day would help their overall health, the truth may be hard to hear.
Just a few weeks ago I wrote about Four Loko, a new alcoholic energy drink that is gaining attention from college students and lawmakers alike.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced the recalls of several horse-related children's toys after receiving reports of two near-strangulations.
According to recent reports, a popular children's clothing store, The Children's Place, is recalling about 3,300 girl's vests because the metal snaps can detach and pose a choking hazard.
Two men who were severely burned in an explosion in 2003 were awarded more than $12 million by a jury in Pennsylvania. A two week trial brought closure to the 7-year ordeal that changed the lives of Rudolph Paci and James Sutch. Both men were seriously burned when molten metal exploded, spouted and poured onto them from an Inductothermal furnace while they were working Sept. 2, 2003, at Ametek Specialty Metal Products.
A new controversial drink is getting the attention of some Attorneys General. According to reports, the drink is sweet, fruity, and comes in a rainbow-colored cans, but it's anything but cute and innocent.