Cheryl’s cool stuff
Will Smith’s daughter out with video… (Celebrity)
Willow Smith has releasesd a video called “Whip My Hair.” The song/video is for her first single which features big brother Jaden putting down some dance moves. Willow Smith is the 9-year-old daughter of Hollywood stars Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith. You can watch the video at www.willowsmith.com
Christie’s Auctions World’s Priciest Barbie To Benefit Breast Cancer Research (Health)
The world’s most expensive Barbie doll will be a featured item at the Christie’s auction on Wednesday titled “Jewels: The New York Sale.” The blonde one-of-a-kind Barbie wears a necklace created by jewelry designer Stefano Canturi that includes a one-carat pink diamond valued at between 300-thousand and 500-thousand dollars. All proceeds from the sale of this specially designed Mattel doll will benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation in recognition of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Tylenol Recall (Health & Safety)
Johnson & Johnson is recalling another batch of Tylenol after additional complaints of a moldy odor. The drugmaker pulled millions of bottles of Tylenol off shelves earlier this year after discovering the foul smell. Johnson & Johnson wouldn’t disclose how many bottles of the over-the-counter painkiller were being recalled this time around. The recall is voluntary.
Heads up Moms and Dads… Child Booster Seat Recall (Safety)
Evenflo Co. is recalling nearly 14,000 of its Maestro combination child booster seats because of a crack that developed in laboratory tests. The company said Friday it has received no reports of the crack occurring in field and no injuries have been reported. The voluntary recall affects seats with model numbers starting with 310. They were built from Nov. 24, 2009 to April 9 of this year. Another 4,479 seats are being recalled in Canada. They were made through April 26 of this year. The company says it will send notices to registered owners of the seats. Evenflo plans to distribute an easily installed reinforcing bracket that will fix the problem. Consumer Reports magazine said the recall came after its tests showed the seat can crack and fail in a simulated 30 mph frontal collision.