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Toddler Swings Can Break Without Warning; Little Tikes Recalls 540,000

Little Tikes, an Ohio based toy manufacturer, has announced the recall of roughly 540,000 toddler swings in the U.S. after receiving two reports of young children falling and breaking their arms. Little Tikes told U.S. Authorities that 140 incidents have been reported leading to a total of 39 injured children in connection with their 2-in-1 Snug ‘n Secure pink toddler swings. In addition to the abovementioned children, other toddlers suffered bruises, lacerations, and head traumas. According to officials in each of the incidents the plastic seat in question “can crack or break, posing a fall hazard.”


Lea Industries Recalls Over 63,000 Children’s Beds Due To Fall Hazard

Families are constantly on the lookout to keep their children safe from dangers. Hazards, however, can be found inside homes, and it can be especially concerning when children’s products can put them at risk for injury or death. Earlier this week, Powell Company recalled approximately 6,300 Anywhere Lounger Bean Bag Chairs due to a suffocation and strangulation hazard. The chairs may not have a permanent zipper closure, and as such

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Children’s Apparel Network Recalls Over 9,000 Girl’s Outfits Due To Entrapment Risk

Parents take extensive measures to keep their children safe and out of harm’s way.  Last week, the Consumer Product Safety Commission warned parents and other consumers about the recall of approximately three million sets of Buckyball Magnets due to serious ingestion hazards.  Although children’s toys are commonly recalled for potential dangers, even some apparel pieces can put children in danger, as is apparent with a re

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Modus Furniture Recalls Approximately 73,000 Infant Cribs Over Suffocation Hazards

 The United State Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced two recalls this week that should have parents concerned about the quality of two of their child’s most important protective devices. First, the agency announced a major recall of the popular PT Domusindo Perdana drop-side cribs on Tuesday, as approximately 73,000 units have been linked to potentially life-threatening suffocation hazards.

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Mutsy USA Recalling Popular EVO Strollers Because Of Choking Hazards

The purpose of a child’s stroller is two-fold, in that it’s supposed to provide both comfort and safety. Parents can spend hundreds of dollars on the idea that higher prices equate to better quality, but as the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported in recent months, even the most expensive child’s products can come with their fair share of flaws.

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Novaris Recalling 2.3 Million Triaminic And Therflu Bottles Over Child Safety Concerns

With newborn and young children, almost everything in a house immediately becomes a danger. From furniture with sharp corners to cleaning products, parents obviously need to make sure that every square inch of their residence is child-proofed for the safety of their kids. However, as recent recalls have shown us, this still applies to products and objects that we already expect to be manufactured with safety in mind.

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Bugaboo Recalls 46,300 High End Baby Strollers Due To Choking Hazards

When it comes to their newborn child’s safety, parents will naturally spend whatever is necessary and reasonable to keep their babies out of harm’s way. Obviously, most parents would still like to stay within their financial means when purchasing something like a baby stroller, and there are plenty of quality brands available at bargains through most major retailers. But sometimes, when money isn’t an issue, parents will purchase the best with no regard to price, and they should rightfully expect perfection in regard to quality.

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Amazon, Toys R Us Among Major Retailers Recalling Baby Seats

In July of 2010, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Baby Matters LLC announced the voluntary recall of approximately 30,000 Nap Nanny portable baby recliners after at least 22 reports were submitted regarding children falling out of the seats. Even when the infants were supposedly secured in the harnesses, they were still either slipping out completely or hanging over the edge, which left them susceptible to falls and choking, respectively.

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