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  • 5 tips for last minute holiday shopping

    Posted on December 22, 2015

    As you finish shopping for loved ones this holiday season, make safety a priority and follow KID’s shopping safety tips: Check products for recalls before you buy by visiting KidsInDanger.org from your smartphone. Look for markings or labels that show the product… Read More

  • A Closer Look SaferProducts.gov

    Posted on January 23, 2015

    KID recently took a look through the SaferProducts.gov posting board to see what consumers were talking about. We noticed some interesting patterns to watch out for so you and your loved ones can stay safe from these potential hazards. There… Read More

  • Product Safety Trends for 2015

    Posted on January 5, 2015

    The New Year has arrived, and KID’s resolution is to continue protecting children from dangerous products. We are excited for all of the possibilities that 2015 brings for us! This year, you can expect to see KID working on… Protecting… Read More

  • What NOT to buy this season

    Posted on December 11, 2014

    There are countless advertisements and promotions telling you all the things you should buy this season, but little attention is given to informing parents and caregivers about the dangerous products they should avoid purchasing over the holidays. KID has listed… Read More

  • Detergent pods can put children at risk

    Posted on December 4, 2014

    At KID, we often warn about the dangers of products that are aimed at children, but are faulty, contain choking hazards or pose strangulation risks. But curious, adventurous children can easily end up hurt from products that are definitely not… Read More

  • Most-read posts on KID’s blog this year

    Posted on November 3, 2014

    Below are the topics of some of the most popular blog posts over this past year. Is there a topic you would like to know more about that KID has not posted about yet? Then please email Carson and we will… Read More

  • CPSC adopts strong standard for magnet sets

    Posted on September 24, 2014

    For the past two years, there has been discussion of the dangers of high-powered magnets sold as part of magnet sets such as Buckyballs. Today, September 24, 2014, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) voted 4-0 to ban the… Read More

  • What NOT to buy this season

    Posted on December 10, 2013

    There are countless advertisements and promotions telling you all the things you should buy this season, but little attention is given to informing parents and caregivers about the dangerous products they should avoid purchasing over the holidays. KID has listed… Read More

  • CPSC warns about high-powered magnets

    Posted on November 10, 2011

    In 2005 Kenny died when he swallowed magnets that had fallen out unnoticed from his siblings’ Magnetix building set. Over time these and other toys with small magnets were recalled and new toy standards were developed to address the hazard…. Read More

  • A hot button issue: battery ingestion

    Posted on October 22, 2010

    According to Children’s Memorial Hospital, each year 3,500 people (mostly young children and the elderly) in the U.S. swallow “disc” or “button” batteries, and many of these incidents result in serious health complications. As part of their Battery Ingestion Advocacy… Read More

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