Retail is not typically considered a dangerous occupation. However, the holiday season draws much larger crowds than employees are used to managing. In fact, Black Friday has become such an occupational health risk, that a website called blackfridaydeathcount.com was established to track the injuries and fatalities associated with this American shopping event. The site reports that since 2006, Black Friday has claimed 7 deaths and 90 injuries; this includes both workers and patrons. A November 2012 US News & World Report article summarized some of the worst of the mayhem, but 2013 and 2014 have also resulted in nearly 20 injuries and at least 1 death. Not the best news for spreading the Holiday Cheers—but news nonetheless.