FOX 7 retains in its on line public file a children's educational and informational programming report. To review this report, go to the "KTBC public file on FCC website" by clicking right here.
Study shows chemicals found in sunscreen can enter human bloodstream
PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is looking into the use of sunscreens.
According to a new study, chemicals are absorbed through the skin and enter the bloodstream, but how long they stay there and if there are any harmful effect remains unknown. The new study, published by the Journal of American Medicine, sent shock waves through the medical industry on Monday. The four chemicals can enter a person's bloodstream within one day of use. However, as with every study, doctors at Maricopa Integrated Health System (MIHS) say it raises more questions than answers.
"You have to kind of take it with a grain of salt and take a look at the study, and you have to see what the methods are," said Dan Quan, MD, a toxicology specialist with MIHS.Read the full article
© Copyright 2000 - 2019 Fox Television Stations, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Arizona man accused of shooting girl for eating a hot dog
SURPRISE, Ariz. (FOX 10) - Police say they have arrested a man they suspect of aggravated assault and child abuse involving his teenage stepdaughter.
During the investigation, detectives learned 37-year-old Isiah Jackson was shooting birds from the home's roof near 136th Ave. and Watson Lane on April 30. He brought the long barrel pellet gun back into the house to fix the scope and spoke to the victim about her chores, which were not finished. Jackson opened the gun and closed it with the barrel pointed at the girl when it went off.
The 13-year-old girl was shot in the chest at close range. She was transported to an area hospital and underwent emergency surgery for a pellet wound near her heart. The girl is now listed in stable condition.Read the full article
Valley woman says toddler was bitten several times while at daycare
MARICOPA, Ariz. (FOX 10) - A woman says her toddler was bitten multiple times by another child while at daycare. She says the teacher was changing another child's diaper when the incident happened.
The mother of that 15-month-old baby tells us it was her second day of daycare at Sunrise Preschools' Maricopa location when this incident happened. The parents of Mila are mortified that this even happened.
They say they were notified when they went to pick up their child at school. They were told it was just a couple of bites but when they looked for themselves, they counted about eight bite marks. According to the mother, she says school officials told her that there were three children in the room with one adult. The adult was changing a baby at a diaper table when it occurred.Read the full article