ConsumerSafety.org uses a variety of sources to collect data about recent recalls, news stories, and dangerous products. We then build on that data by adding our own research and content, and making safety information available for free.
Looking for recall or safety information on a particular item? Our integrated search is the place to start. Whether you’re looking for a specific model, brand name, or a generic product, our search functionality will guide you to the right page.
All our safety and recall information is organized into the four major categories of items that people buy and use on a daily basis. Each category includes information on the latest recalls, news stories, safety guides, and more.
Prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, and controlled substances.Medical Devices
Everything from elastic bandages to complex imaging machines, including implanted devices like pacemakers and artificial joints.Food
All things edible, including fresh produce, packaged and processed foods, and dietary supplements.Products
News, resources and investigations into the products we use everyday.Health
Health, nutrition and wellness information to help people of all ages live better lives.Safety
Everyday safety information from baby-proofing to identity theft to keep your family safe.Legal
Information about drug lawsuits, medical device litigation, and help filing a legal claim
As you go through life, safety concerns change and grow with each milestone you hit. From babyproofing your home, to spending an enjoyable day outdoors, to taking care of elderly parents, find tips and checklists on a wide variety of topics to help you and your family stay safe. View Guides.
Our content team develops stories about the latest safety-related news, including in-depth information about major product recalls, legislative and regulatory changes affecting safety, the latest safety-related research, upcoming events and observances, and other relevant topics. View News.
Cal has a background working in both home and digital security. His interest in scams and identity theft drives his role as our Consumer Finance Investigator, but Cal also helps consumers understand the connection between our finances and our general safety and wellbeing.View News Stories by Cal
As a Health & Safety Investigator for ConsumerSafety.org, Caitlin uses her background in Industrial Design and her passion for health and wellness to educate consumers. She strives to help people make smart decisions affecting their personal health and that of their families.View News Stories by Caitlin
With a background in strategic communication and digital media, Morgan is dedicated to educating consumers about everyday safety topics, as well as covering breaking news that puts consumers at risk. Her focus is on products, drugs and personal safety topics.View News Stories by Morgan
With nearly two decades of communications, marketing, and editorial experience, Curtis has written on a wide variety of topics, including in the financial, legal, and medical fields. As the Content Director of ConsumerSafety.org, Curtis oversees the development of content across the site, including news, safety guides, and in-depth information about specific foods, products, drugs, and medical devices.View News Stories by Curtis
Sydney has a background in English, psychology, and the biological sciences giving her the ability to understand health topics from a holistic perspective. In her role as Health & Nutrition Investigator for ConsumerSafety.org, Sydney focuses on women's health, and how products impact our wellbeing.View News Stories by Sydney
Kate Harveston is a writer from Pennsylvania who mainly covers political topics and feminism, but she has written on a wide variety of issues. Kate respects all political voices besides those of vitriol and hate. You can see more of her work at onlyslightlybiased.comView News Stories by Kate
Sara Lindberg, M.Ed, is a full-time freelance writer with 20+ years of experience in the mental health, fitness, education, and wellness fields. She holds a BS in exercise science and a master's degree in counseling. She has spent her life educating people on the importance of health and wellness.View News Stories by Sara
Jen MacCormack is a medical laboratory scientist and freelance writer who is passionate about science communication. She earned her Bachelor of Science at McGill University in Montreal, and has worked in Canadian and American hospitals and research laboratories, as well as in clinical laboratory accreditation. Jen covers drug and medical device safety topics for ConsumerSafety.org. She has also written articles about renewable energy for Earthtechling and Understand Solar, and biology-related topics on the BioDetectives science blog.View News Stories by Jennifer
As a proud farm kid, Erin’s background is in agriculture. She earned a B.S. in Animal Science and spent seven years working in the food industry, with experience in a microbiology testing facility, food manufacturing facility, and in food regulation. Putting her knowledge to work in a new way, Erin now writes about food safety and regulations for ConsumerSafety.org and elsewhere, as well as biology topics in general.View News Stories by Erin
Doug recently retired from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) as an investigator with over 25 years of experience in product safety investigations, inspections of manufacturers, screening imported product at various US ports of entry and public affairs. Some of these efforts resulted in product recalls and product seizures. Since just about everything in one’s home is a consumer product, Doug’s experience covers a myriad of product categories from furnaces and tools to toys and children’s clothing.View News Stories by Douglas