We all run errands and buy small and large items on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis. While consumer goods are often looked at for their purposes, it is also important that consumers understand how to properly use them and what risks are associated with them. Most products have either a label on them or information in the packaging that details the product, how to use it, what risks are associated and what guarantees the manufacturer provides. However, even when warnings are provided, this does not mean they efficiently prevent injuries to consumers.
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