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    Basketball legend Magic Johnson has recalled wanting to hit Howard Stern after the radio and TV personality claimed he had 'fun getting AIDS' - and also saying he was 'blacker' than him on Johnson's talk show. The five-time NBA winner recalled Stern ripping into the way he spoke, his HIV diagnosis and his sex life on the short-lived show 'The Magic Hour,' which aired between June and September 1998.  Stern had been booked in a desperate attempt to get ratings Johnson's show, which was badly struggling at the time. The notorious shock jock had frequently mocked Johnson on his mornings show.   'So many times, I wanted to say something and hit him at the same time — on air,' Johnson told Variety, adding the hasn't spoken to Stern since the notorious interview.  'It is what it is. I learned a lot from that,' Johnson said. 'I've never put myself — or HIV and AIDS, or my race — in that position again, ever again.'  'I was mad when they booked him. But there's nothing you can do. When people look for...
    Prime Minister Boris Johnson will reportedly recall Parliament in order to debate the crisis in Afghanistan, which has been described as the biggest foreign policy blunder “since Suez”. Following Taliban forces taking over many cities throughout Afghanistan and entering the capital of Kabul on Sunday morning, Boris Johnson will recall parliamentarians from their summer recess for at least one day this week to debate the situation in Afghanistan. “The Prime Minister is expected to recall Parliament this week to discuss the situation in Afghanistan. The timing is to be confirmed with the Speaker,” a Number 10 Downing Street source told The Guardian. The move comes as Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer demanded that Parliament be recalled, saying: “We need Parliament recalled so the government can update MPs on how it plans to work with allies to avoid a humanitarian crisis and a return to the days of Afghanistan being a base for extremists whose purpose will be to threaten our interests, values and national security.” The British government has confirmed that it has "already resettled over 3,300 Afghan staff and their...
    The Consumer Product Safety Commission says about 2 million dehumidifiers made by New Widetech are being recalled in the U.S. because they can overheat and catch fire, posing fire and burn hazards. The recall also includes about 380,000 dehumidifiers in Canada and about 25,000 in Mexico. New Widetech is aware of 107 incidents of the recalled dehumidifiers overheating and/or catching fire, resulting in about $17 million in property damage. No injuries have been reported. The dehumidifiers were sold at Lowe’s, Costco, Walmart, Menards, and other retailers in the U.S. from February 2009 through August 2017 for between $120 and $430. The dehumidifiers impacted are 25-, 30-, 35-, 45-, 50-, 60-, 65-, 70-, and 74-pint dehumidifiers with the brand names including AeonAir, Amana, ArcticAire (Danby), Classic (Danby/Home Hardware Stores), Commercial Cool, Danby, Danby Designer, Danby Premiere, De’Longhi, Edgestar, Friedrich, Generations (Danby), Haier, Honeywell (JMATEK/AirTek), Idylis, Ivation, perfect aire, SuperClima, Whirlpool, and Whynter. Related Articles Opinion: Four needed reforms of California’s recall election rules Johnson and Johnson recalls some Neutrogena and Aveeno sunscreens after it detects benzene in...
    (CBS DETROIT) – Johnson & Johnson is recalling four Neutrogena and one Aveeno spray sunscreen. The company says a potential cancer-causing chemical was found in some samples. READ MORE: Detroit Animal Shelter At Capacity, Adoption Fees Waived Benzene is not an ingredient in the sunscreens, and the company is looking into how it got into the products. READ MORE: Caught On Camera: Michigan Dog Accidentally Starts Small House Fire Johnson & Johnson says the amount of Benzene found likely wouldn’t pose a health risk but will be recalled out of an abundance of caution. MORE NEWS: Ann Arbor Art Fair Returns July 15, Through Weekend © 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Related
    PHARMACEUTICAL giant Johnson & Johnson issued a recall of five of its Neutrogena and Aveeno spray sunscreens. The big pharma company said it found low levels of benzene, a cancer-causing chemical, in some samples. 2Johnson & Johnson has recalled four Neutrogena sunscreens and one AveenoCredit: Neutrogena Which Neutrogena and Aveeno sunscreens were recalled? The recall was issued on July 15, as J&J said customers should stop using the affected sunscreens, which were distributed through stores nationwide. The five recalled aerosol sunscreens include: Aveeno Protect+ Refresh aerosol sunscreen Neutrogena Beach Defense aerosol sunscreen Neutrogena CoolDry Sport aerosol sunscreen Neutrogena Invisible Daily Defense aerosol sunscreen Neutrogena UltraSheer aerosol sunscreen. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Benzene can cause leukemia or other cancers after long-term exposure to high levels. J&J said it’s investigating how the chemical might have gotten into some of its products. Despite the recall, the company cautioned that while using these products “would not be expected to cause adverse health consequences," it voluntarily moved to recall them "out of an abundance of caution.” Can customers get...
    Johnson & Johnson is recalling five of its aerosol sunscreens after testing found low levels of a carcinogen in the products. On Wednesday, July 14, the company reported that low levels of benzene were found in the following products: NEUTROGENA® Beach Defense® aerosol sunscreen, NEUTROGENA® Cool Dry Sport aerosol sunscreen, NEUTROGENA® Invisible Daily™ defense aerosol sunscreen, NEUTROGENA® Ultra Sheer® aerosol sunscreen, and AVEENO® Protect + Refresh aerosol sunscreen J&J said benzene isn't an ingredient in any of the products, and it is investigating the cause.  Anyone using these products should stop and discard them, the company said. Consumers can also contact the consumer care center with questions or to request a refund at 1-800-458-1673. J&J added that incidents of melanoma are increasing worldwide and are often caused by excessive exposure to the sun.  "It is important that people everywhere continue to take appropriate sun protection measures, including the continued use of alternative sunscreen," the company said. 
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Several Neutrogena and Aveeno spray sunscreens are under recall Thursday after a potentially cancer-causing chemical was found in some samples. (credit: neutrogena.com) Samples of four Neutrogena and one Aveeno spray sunscreen products tested positive for benzene, which is not an ingredient in sunscreen. Johnson & Johnson says they are looking into how the substance got into the products. READ MORE: Black Lives Matter Mural Vandalized Outside Laugh Factory In Hollywood Benzene is classified as a human carcinogen, and could cause cancer depending on the level and extent of exposure. Humans can be exposed to the chemical both indoors and outdoors, and absorb it through the skin and orally. And while Johnson & Johnson says the amount of benzene detected would likely not pose a health risk, the company is recalling the products out of an abundance of caution. The recalled products include: READ MORE: Alicia Keys, Amazon Gives Van Nuys Teacher Who Suffered Great Family Loss During COVID A Home Makeover Neutrogena Beach Defense aerosol sunscreen Neutrogena Cool Dry Sport aerosol sunscreen Neutrogena Invisible Daily defense...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Before you pack your next beach bag, check your sunscreen. Johnson & Johnson is issuing a voluntary recall for five Neutrogena and Aveeno sunscreen lines in the United States after it said it discovered low levels of benzene in the products. The company is warning customers against using aerosol sprays Neutrogena Beach Defense, Neutrogena Cool Dry Sport, Neutrogena Invisible Daily, Neutrogena Ultra Sheer and Aveeno Protect + Refresh. READ MORE: Royal Caribbean Not Responsible For Toddlers 2019 Cruise Ship Death, Judge Rules Johnson & Johnson said those who have purchased the products should dispose of them, adding that benzene is a carcinogen that “could potentially cause cancer depending on the level and extent of exposure.” The company said benzene is not an ingredient in its products, and it is investigating what caused its presence. It said the level of benzene present in their tests “would not be expected to cause adverse health consequences” in daily exposure — and it is recalling the products “out of an abundance of caution.” READ MORE: Cuba Lifts Restrictions On Food, Medicine After...
    FIVE Johnson & Johnson spray sunscreens were yanked from store shelves after some samples were found to contain the cancer-causing chemical benzene. The company cautioned that while the use of these products “would not be expected to cause adverse health consequences" it voluntarily moved to recall them "out of an abundance of caution.” 4Five Johnson and Johnson spray sunscreens were voluntarily recalled after laboratory tests found some contained the cancer-causing chemical benzeneCredit: AP 4The New Brunswick, New Jersey-based company urged customers to stop using its spray products and that it was offering refundsCredit: Neutrogena The health care giant confirmed that the harmful chemical benzene was discovered following both in-house and independent laboratory tests.   The five recalled products involve all sizes of spray cans and all sun protection factors (SPF) of Aveeno Protect + Refresh aerosol sunscreen, and four Neutrogena sunscreen versions: Beach Defense aerosol sunscreen, CoolDry Sport aerosol sunscreen, Invisible Daily Defense aerosol sunscreen and UltraSheer aerosol sunscreen. Consumers were urged to stop using its products immediately and seek out alternative sunscreens to protect themselves from skin cancer melanoma. The...
    (CNN)Kearra Johnson was in her senior year at the University of Missouri when she came up with the concept for what is now known as the Revolution Card Deck -- a deck of playing cards featuring the names and faces of notable Black individuals.Michelle Obama, Thurgood Marshall and Oprah Winfrey are just a few of the figures who appear in a set of cards."It's dedicated to the dreamers -- to all of the African American individuals before us who paved the way," Johnson told CNN. Despite praise from her peers, the Kansas City, Missouri-based graphic designer and founder of Studio Lo recalled being hesitant to take what was originally a class project and turn it into a physical product."I just hadn't seen it done before," Johnson said. "But I looked at an example from the class and I was like, 'How would that look with a Black figure on it?'"Read MoreThe 22-year-old illustrator recalled how she didn't intend to take her design idea beyond the classroom. "That, literally, was where it was going to stay and I wasn't going to...
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