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  • Super Bowl Sunday Update from KID: Furniture Tip-Overs, IKEA Recall, and #AnchorIt Campaign

    Posted on February 3, 2017

    Over the past few months, we’ve heard more parents, caregivers, and safety professionals discussing the hazard of furniture tip-overs than ever before. Social media presence, efforts by KID and other safety organizations, and TV news coverage have all played a… Read More

  • KID Looks Ahead to 2017

    Posted on January 6, 2017

    Throughout the year, KID highlights major events, successes, and product safety updates in our blog. Looking back at posts from 2016 shows how far we’ve come this year. KID’s Executive Director, Nancy Cowles, visited the Dr. Oz show to discuss the… Read More

  • Important Additions to KID Website Address Furniture Safety

    Posted on November 10, 2016

    KID is always working to expand the resources we offer and to amplify the voices of families affected by product hazards. In today’s blog post, we’d like to highlight two recent and important additions to the KID site. The first is… Read More

  • KID and Shane’s Foundation Release Report on Furniture Stability

    Posted on August 9, 2016

    A child dies from tipping furniture, appliances or TVs every two weeks. The statistics for tip-over incidents have grown over the last decade, yet there has been little reform to safety standards. In our new report, Furniture Stability: A review… Read More

  • Rethinking Furniture Safety: Safer Designs for a Safer Home

    Posted on July 14, 2016

    After six children lost their lives and other children were seriously injured, IKEA finally issued a recall of millions of their MALM and other models of chests and dressers in the U.S. and Canada. The CPSC urges consumers to contact… Read More

  • KID joins other safety advocates and applauds IKEA recall while emphasizing the need for consumer awareness

    Posted on June 28, 2016

    Today, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and IKEA announced the recall of 29 million IKEA Malm dressers responsible for the deaths of three toddlers in tip-over incidents. KID joined The American Academy of Pediatrics, Consumers Union, Consumer Federation of America,… Read More

  • #Anchorit this Father’s Day weekend

    Posted on June 16, 2016

    Father’s Day is almost here! KID knows that fathers pride themselves on being able to keep their families safe. However, furniture tip-overs are on the rise and they are a danger that can be completely avoided. Every 24 minutes a… Read More

  • KID, others meet with CPSC Chairman on furniture tip-overs

    Posted on May 12, 2016

    Late last month, we learned of another death involving the IKEA Malm dresser. A not-quite two-year-old boy in Minnesota was killed when his dresser toppled over on him. This was after a July 2015 non-recall announcement by IKEA and the… Read More

  • Advocates call for action on IKEA furniture tip-over

    Posted on April 27, 2016

    Today, Kids In Danger (KID), Consumer Federation of America (CFA), Consumers Union and the National Center for Health Research called on the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to secure a formal recall of IKEA furniture responsible for the deaths… Read More

  • 3 Safety Resolutions for 2016

    Posted on December 28, 2015

    The New Year is a time to make resolutions to make this year better than the last. Although personal resolutions can be difficult to accomplish, we can all work to make 2016 a safer year with these 3 safety resolutions: #AnchorIt: Thousands of… Read More

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