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Laceration Injuries to Children Prompt Starbucks to Recall Stainless Steel Beverage Straws to Provide New Warnings
The stainless steel straws are rigid and can poke children in the mouth.
Smocked Threads by Cecil & Lou Recalls Children’s Nightgowns Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard (Recall Alert)
The nightgowns fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries to children.
Lorex Recalls Video Baby Monitors Due to Burn Hazard
The video monitor’s batteries can overheat, swell and expand and cause the battery cover to open or come off. This can expose hot batteries.
Things Remembered Recalls Children’s Jewelry Due to Violation of Lead Standard
The clear surface coating on the bracelets and necklaces contain lead in excess of the allowable limits. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health issues.
GSI Outdoors Recalls Children’s Water Bottles Due to Violation of Lead Standard; Sold Exclusively at L.L.Bean
The lead solder exterior base of the bottles contains high levels of lead, which is toxic if ingested by young children can can cause adverse health issues.
IKEA Recalls Safety Gates and Safety Gate Extensions Due to Fall Hazard
The locking mechanism on PATRULL-line safety gates and safety gate extensions can open unexpectedly.
Three Types of Liquid Plumr Clog Removers Recalled by The Clorox Company Due to Failure to Meet Child-Resistant Closure Requirement
The recalled bottles are not child-resistant and children can remove the top.
Pacific Cycle Recalls Swivel Wheel Jogging Strollers Due to Crash and Fall Hazards
The front wheel can become loose and detach, posing crash and fall hazards.
Little Lotus Baby Swaddles and Sleeping Bags Recalled by Embrace Technologies Due to Choking Hazard (Recall Alert)
The shoulder snaps on the baby swaddles and sleeping bags can break or detach.
Children’s Nightgowns Recalled by Saro Trading Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard
The nightgowns fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear.
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