Health Canada is advising Canadians that multiple unauthorized health products seized from two retailers in Scarborough, ON, may pose serious risks to health. Products seized include “poppers” and products promoted for sexual enhancement.
OTTAWA – Caffeine can be found in various foods and beverages, including colas and other carbonated soft drinks, energy drinks, chocolate, tea and coffee. It can be either naturally present or added during the manufacturing process.
The recalled product contains phenol which is a prohibited Hotlist ingredient. Phenolic compounds are known skin sensitizers and can produce chemical burns (corrosive action) to the skin.
The clamp meters input terminal screws can come loose which can fail to give accurate voltage readings, causing the user to falsely believe that the electrical power of the test subject is low or off, posing an electrocution hazard.
Some of the seat slider bolts and push nuts can disconnect over time and even fall from the chair, which could cause the seat to detach from the chair, posing a fall hazard.
The ivory paint used on the collection may contain lead in levels that exceed allowable limits.