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Daily Archives: October 21, 2011

Less is More When it Comes to Crib Crowding

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The Food and Drug Administration has warned parents that products which claim to prevent of lower the change of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome are not backed by the FDA, according to recent news soureces. The FDA has stated that the … LEARN MORE


CPSC to Revise Table Saw Regulations

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has voted to publish a notice of proposed rulemaking in regards to table saws and their safety standards. According to recent news sources, it’s estimated that consumers’ injuries number at about 67,300 in relation … LEARN MORE


Distracted Driving Safety Summit Focuses on Text Disabling Apps

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At the National Organization for Youth Safety’s teen distracted driving summit this week, participants discussed technology as a tool to curb distracted driving, according to recent news sources. The summit occurred in Washington, D.C. The participants discussed the smart-phone apps … LEARN MORE


Child Carriers Missing Key Part, Recalled

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Rock Gear, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, has issued a recall for their child carriers due to a fall hazard, according to recent news sources. The product subject to recall is the LittleLife … LEARN MORE


Guidecraft Recalls Toy Due to Choking Hazard

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Guidecraft Inc., in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, has issued a recall for their toy product due to a choking hazard, according to recent news reports. About 760 of the Twist and Sort Toys are subject to … LEARN MORE


Cell Phone Radiation Exposure May Be Greater than FCC Estimates

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An article published in an online journal this week claims that the “safe exposure” limits set for cell phone radiation by the Federal Communications Commission “does not adequately protect” users, especially children, according to recent news sources. The article was … LEARN MORE


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