CPSC Warns Of Hoverboard Dangers After 1 Caused House Fire In HurstThe Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning the public of the dangers of hoverboards after one started a house fire in Hurst Wednesday.
Ikea Recalls Infant Bibs Because Of Potential Choking HazardAfter receiving two reports about problems Ikea is recalling some 7,000 baby bibs because of a choking threat.
Nearly 700K Infant Rocking Sleepers RecalledSince the 2012 product introduction, five infant fatalities have occurred in the Kids II Rocking Sleepers according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Target Recalls Nearly 500K Wooden Toys Because Of Choking HazardTarget is recalling some 495,000 wooden toys because small wheels on the vehicles can come off, posing a choking hazard.
Too Many Children Injured By Baby Walkers, Study FindsWhile some parents may think infant walkers are a way to give young children more independence, pediatricians are warning the public that they are a safety hazard.
Recent Test Found Asbestos In Some CrayonsParents buying school supplies might want to avoid Playskool crayons. The brand, sold at Dollar Tree, was found to have traces of asbestos.
Dr. Brown Issues Pacifier Holder Recall Citing Choking HazardHandi-Craft is recalling more than 600,000 "Dr. Brown's Lovey" pacifier and teether products sold in the U.S. and Canada because of a choking hazard.
Amazon Recalls Portable Chargers On Reports Of Fires, BurnsAmazon is recalling 260,000 AmazonBasics portable chargers after reports that they can overheat and cause fires or burns.
Feds Launching Massive Recall Of 40 Million Kidde Fire ExtinguishersMore than 40 million fire extinguishers in the U.S. and Canada are being recalled because they might not work in an emergency.
I-Team: Who Inspects Amusement Rides?You've likely been there---staring up a thrilling amusement park ride with your child begging to get on it. You're asking yourself, "Who's keeping that ride safe?"
Home Depot Settles Charges That It Sold Recalled ProductsHome Depot has agreed to pay the U.S. government $5.7 million to settle charges that it sold recalled washing machines, fire extinguishers and other faulty products.