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Exploding Crock-Pots Seriously Injure 100 Consumers

Even though many people altered their Thanksgiving plans as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the November holiday remains something a celebration of food in homes across the country. People from all walks of life spend a considerable amount of time in their kitchens preparing some of their favorite dishes. Historically, holiday chefs use an array of different types of culinary devices, including the Crock-Pot Express Pressure Cooker. Just prior to the 2020 Thanksgiving holiday, Sunbeam Products, the manufacturer of…

Glass Shards Rain Down on Manhattan Sidewalk from Skyscraper Construction Site

Construction site workers, pedestrians, and others were placed at serious risk when potentially deadly shards of glass rained down from the 56th floor of a Midtown Manhattan skyscraper under construction. According to the New York City Department of Buildings, which has launched an investigation into the serious mishap, the blades of glass fell from an incomplete building located at 111 West 57th Street. Thus far, no one was reported injured as a result of the Manhattan construction site accident. The…

Naked Hazing Tradition Scars University of Kansas Cheerleading Program

Nestled on the plains of Kansas, the University of Kansas may not come to mind as an institution of higher education with a hazing tradition that has been described as “long and sordid.” However, that is the case. The school garnered this reputation because of fraternity hazing incidents, including situations that resulted in the long-term suspension of fraternities. With that said, fraternity hazing is not the only problem of this nature plaguing KU. A particularly disturbing hazing situation at the…

Steam Pipe Explosion Kills Two at Veterans Hospital

A pair of workers were killed in a steam pipe explosion accident on Friday the 13th, 2020. The steam pipe explosion occurred at a Veterans Affairs Hospital located in West Haven, Connecticut. The two fatally injured men work repairing a steam pipe located in a maintenance building on the grounds of the Vets medical center. The workers were called to the small building to repair a leak in a steam pipe. Once the men had finished repair work on the…

Study Finds Link Between Spinal Anesthesia During Labor and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Did you know that a new medical study has detected a possible link between spinal anesthesia used in some types 0f labor and delivery (“L&D”) and with the later development of Autism Spectrum Disorder?

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