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AI may help with identifying dangerous products early on

Goods in West Virginia and elsewhere may unfortunately have defects that can cause consumers serious injuries. Fortunately, though, technology may make it easier to spot issues with products in the future. According to experts, artificial intelligence (AI) in particular may help with identifying dangerous products.

Recalled bakery products deemed dangerous products

Consumers in West Virginia may be impacted by a recent recall of hot dog and hamburger buns, as well as other bakery products, nationwide. The products being recalled are from the company Flower Foods, Inc. The company has described them as dangerous products because hard plastic might have gotten into them while they were being produced.

Recalled dangerous products include chests

Individuals in West Virginia and elsewhere who purchased furniture online during the past 10 years may be impacted by a recent recall of chests sold, made by South Shore Furniture. According to officials, these chests are dangerous products because they can easily tip over. Over 300,000 of these furniture pieces are being recalled.

Laptop battery packs are recently recalled dangerous products

Laptop users in West Virginia may be affected by a product recall recently issued by information technology company HP. Company officials reported that several HP laptop batteries are dangerous products because they feature defects that put consumers at risk of suffering injuries in fires. Over 78,000 laptop batteries are part of the recent recall.

Dangerous products include Target toddler boots

Consumers in West Virginia -- specifically, the parents or grandparents of young children -- may be impacted by a recent recall of toddler boots. Specifically, Target has decided to recall its Cat & Jack Unicorn boots. According to Target, the boots -- specifically known as Chiara boots -- are dangerous products because they can cause young children to choke.

Emerson thermostats are considered to be dangerous products

A recent thermostat recall may impact some homeowners in West Virginia and other states. Specifically, Emerson Sensi Wifi thermostats are being recalled because they have the potential to catch fire. These dangerous products were manufactured by the company White-Rodgers, which voluntarily issued the recall.

FDA Finds Second Possible Carcinogen in Valsartan Heart Medication

The US Food and Drug Administration has reported finding an additional "unexpected impurity" in three lots of Torrent Pharmaceuticals' recalled blood pressure medication Valsartan. On Sept. 13 the FDA said that three lots of drugs were contaminated by a second impurity called N-nitrosodiethylamine or NDEA. The chemical is a suspected human carcinogen.

Defective car parts lead to recall of General Motors vehicles

Vehicle drivers in West Virginia may be impacted by a recent product recall involving automobiles. General Motors has decided to recall over a million full-size trucks and large sport utility vehicles due to defective car parts. Specifically, officials discovered that these vehicles have a steering issue.

Waterpik toothbrushes deemed dangerous products

Thousands of Waterpik flossing toothbrush users in West Virginia and elsewhere may be impacted by a recent recall of these dental products. Almost 4,000 of these flossing toothbrushes have been recalled. Apparently, these dangerous products have the potential to overheat and cause fires.

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