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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, busy in approvals for a vaccine in the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, took time this week to address the risk of the now-viral milk crate challenge.
The challenge, in the vein of the Tide pod challenge, requires people to stack milk crates in a pyramid and climb the unstable structure. Exploding on social media, the challenge is part slapstick humor and part stupidity, given the crumbling availability of emergency room beds in the latest COVID-19 surge and the likelihood of injury.
A tweet from late-night television host and comedian Conan O'Brien prompted a response from the FDA on the challenge.
“Waiting for FDA approval before I take the milk crate challenge,” Mr. O’Brien tweeted.
“Although we regulate milk, we can’t recommend you try that,” the federal agency responded. “Perhaps enjoy a nice glass of 2% and return all those crates to the grocery store?”
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