Listeria prompts recall for green beans, butternut squash

A Florida company has issued a voluntary recall of Marketside brand green beans and butternut squash because of a possible Listeria contamination.
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Nurse Alice: Don’t Ignore this Kotex Tampon Recall

While some of you may cringe that we’re talking about tampons this is a serious matter. No matter how much you despise Auntie Flo, this is one recall you should not ignore. Some Kotex tampons have been recalled after reports that the feminine-care product was unraveling and coming apart inside consumers’ bodies.

Kimberly-Clark, which manufacturers personal-care products, announced last Tuesday that the regular absorbency U by Kotex Sleek Tampons have been recalled in the United States, and Canada, because of “a quality-related defect,” explaining that some consumers reported having to seek medical attention “to remove tampon pieces left in the body.”

The company said in a news release that some consumers also reported irritation, infections, injuries and abdominal pain among other issues.

Women should be on high alert for symptoms of any retained tampon product. Unless the tampon has completely unraveled it may not be as obvious that all of its contents have not been removed. So please be sure to inspect the removed tampon to make sure it has been removed in its entirety. If the product has unraveled or come apart upon removal, please follow up immediately with a health professional who can inspect the area and remove any retained product. The provider can also inspect for any irritation, damage, injury, or infection that may be a result of remaining material.

In worse case scenarios, retention of tampon products can lead to Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS). This is a rare lethal complication from a bacterial infection that creates toxins that overwhelm the body. TSS is treatable if recognized early. Signs and symptoms include sudden fever, nausea, vomiting, low blood pressure, confusion, muscle aches, and headache. Initial treatment includes a cocktail of antibiotics, medications to maintain adequate blood pressure, and IV fluids for dehydration and to flush out toxins.

The recall is limited to specific lots of U by Kotex Sleek Tampons, Regular Absorbency, that were manufactured Oct. 7, 2016 – Oct. 16, 2018, and distributed Oct. 17, 2016 – Oct. 23, 2018. Consumers can identify this product by looking for specific lot numbers found on the bottom of the package. A full list of recalled lot numbers is available on the U by Kotex website. Retailers have been alerted to remove the recalled lot numbers from shelves and post a notification in their stores.

No other U by Kotex-branded products are subject to this recall.

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Jimmy Dean says there’s metal in its sausage, issues immediate recall

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Biting into a breakfast sausage is a treat that everyone should experience as often as possible, but if your freezer is stocked with bags of Jimmy Dean links, you might want to hold off. CTI Foods, the company behind the Jimmy Dean brand, is issuing a recall of some of its sausage products after finding metal inside of the meat.

The recall, which the company announced yesterday, affects the 23.4 oz. pouches of Jimmy Dean “Heat ‘n Serve” original sausage links with a Use By date of January 31st, 2019. If you have a bag of these on hand, don’t eat them.

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Blood pressure medication recall: What you need to know

This is the third recall for this type of medication in 2018.
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2 high blood pressure medications added to recall of heart drug

Patients were advised to continue the medication and reach out to their doctor.
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Mercedes-Benz sent recall notices too late: feds

Federal regulators are investigating Mercedes-Benz over whether it was too slow to mail out notices for a recall of 1.4 million cars in 2017. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sent the German carmaker a 14-page letter asking it to explain why customers weren’t informed of the recall within the federally mandated time period. The…
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