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  • High-Powered Magnets: What Are They, and Why Are They So Dangerous?

    Posted on May 18, 2021

    By: Hope Rosenfeld and Alice Burgess, Rush Medical College; and Dev Gowda, Kids In Danger High powered magnets are shiny magnetic balls that can be fashioned into endless shapes and patterns, and are very appealing to children. However, they have… Read More

  • Magnet Ingestions on the Rise – Again

    Posted on December 11, 2020

    A new study found that small, powerful magnet sets are resulting in a shocking number of serious injuries that are affecting young children across the U.S. This cause for alarm comes after a federal court remanded a CPSC sales-ban rule… Read More

  • High-powered magnets creating high-powered problems for children

    Posted on March 3, 2020

    We’ve all seen the ads. Round magnets that are connected to form shapes, magnetic building sets, or magnets strung together to make jewelry. But how safe are these magnets that are being marketed towards kids? Not safe. High-powered magnet sets… Read More

  • New AAP Study on Laundry Detergent Packet Ingestions

    Posted on June 5, 2019

    Laundry detergent packets, first sold in the U.S. in 2012, are often brightly colored, soft, and come in pouches or plastic jars. This can lead kids to assume they are candy or want to hold or bite them. The packets… Read More

  • New AAP study finds that foreign-body ingestions by small children rose 91%

    Posted on April 19, 2019

    Everyone knows that kids tend to put things in their mouths. Children are curious and like to interact with new objects. This can seem like harmless fun, but many objects are hazardous or even fatal when swallowed by small children…. Read More

  • #PreventPoison during National Poison Prevention Week

    Posted on March 23, 2018

    March 18th – March 24th is National Poison Prevention Week. In addition to our work keeping poisons out of products, KID participates in awareness campaign such as this to educate caregivers and protect children from poisoning hazards. It can be… Read More

  • Lead Paint, Button Batteries, and More: 5 Recent Recalls for Poisoning Hazards

    Posted on March 23, 2017

    This year, National Poison Prevention Week falls on the week of March 19-25. In order to draw attention to common poisoning hazards, we’ve put together a list of a few recent recalls that highlight the dangers of lead, button batteries,… Read More

  • #FamilyVoicesFriday: Remembering Kenny

    Posted on February 24, 2017

    When Kenny’s older brother, Ben, received two Magnetix sets for his 10th birthday, their mother was careful to keep the toy away from 21-month-old Kenny. What she could not have known was that as the older children played with the… Read More

  • Beware Holiday Ingestion Hazards

    Posted on December 21, 2016

    This holiday season, friends and family members will be searching for the perfect gift. It can be difficult to navigate the crowded stores and make decisions about which gifts will be the absolute best fit. At KID, our mission is… Read More

  • Advocates applaud passage of bill on liquid nicotine safety

    Posted on January 13, 2016

    The House of Representatives approved the Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act (S. 142)< on Monday, January 11. The bill, passed by the Senate in December, would direct the Consumer Product Safety Commission to require child-resistant packaging on the liquid nicotine containers… Read More

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