Child Product Recalls

Johnson & Johnson Recalls Spray On Sunscreen There have been concerns raised about the potential link between the active ingredient in spray sunscreens, specifically those…

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Super heroes, Ninja turtles, and a throwback Cabbage Patch doll, are among 10 toys this holiday season named….

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The youngest victims of the ever-growing opioid epidemic in the United States are toddlers. Toddlers are overdosing on opioids at an alarming rate due to…

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The FDA is warning parents not to use over-the-counter teething products and remedies containing benzocaine, a local anesthetic used as a numbing agent, which could…

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Dangerous Toys to Avoid this Holiday Season This year’s holiday shopping season is already in full swing. When choosing toys for the children on your…

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Britax Child Safety, Inc. (Britax) initiated a recall of child safety seats due to a potential choking hazard for infants from a center tab located…

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Baby Food Contains More Lead Than Regular Food It’s disturbing to learn that there is lead in baby food, let alone that the lead is…

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Deadly Nightshade in Teething Tablets The U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a Consumer Safety Alert warning consumers of a voluntary recall…

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Nationwide Voluntary Recall of EpiPens EpiPens and EpiPen Jr. auto-injectors are being voluntarily recalled in the United States over fear a defective part will prevent…

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When looking for the “latest and greatest” toy for the younger members on your holiday gift list, remember to keep safety in mind as well….

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