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  • Secure Your TV to Prevent Tip-Overs

    Posted on February 2, 2018

    As many families gather for this weekend’s big game, take time to check your TV is secured to avoid a tip-over. Securing the TV is an often-overlooked safety check for parents and caregivers of young children. Increasingly, TV tip-overs have… Read More

  • Child Safety Victory: Window Coverings Going Cordless

    Posted on January 19, 2018

    A recent decision by the Window Covering Manufacturers Association has required for the first time that all new blinds will be cordless – the only way to prevent strangulations. Here’s everything you need to know about the decision, why it’s… Read More

  • KID 2017 in Review: Reaching and Exceeding Goals

    Posted on December 20, 2017

    At the beginning of 2017 KID discussed a few goals that we had for the new year. These included expanding safe sleep environments, advocating for stronger furniture stability standards, and improving accessibility of KID. Read below to understand ways we… Read More

  • Remembering Tyler with Tyler’s Teddies

    Posted on December 18, 2017

    When Tyler was just 10 months old he was fatally entrapped in the side of a drop-side crib.  For years Tyler’s parents would find the very crib that strangled Tyler being advertised in stores as #1 for safety. In the… Read More

  • CPSC Announces 7 New Hoverboard Recalls

    Posted on November 15, 2017

    On Tuesday, November 14, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced seven new recalls of self-balancing scooters, commonly called hoverboards. In addition, the agency again warned against LayZ Board products that have been linked to at least two fires, one… Read More

  • #FamilyVoicesFriday — Joseph and Juliann’s Story

    Posted on November 3, 2017

    Joseph and Juliann’s mother, Karen, took the twins out one afternoon for a car seat safety check at the local police department. While they were having their seats checked, Karen put the twins in their Cosco Rock-N-Roll side-by-side stroller. After… Read More

  • Emerging Hazards: Fidget Spinner Safety Tips

    Posted on August 15, 2017

    New fidget spinner business guidelines and safety tips were recently released by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). For parents and caregivers, it is important to know that the CPSC categorizes most fidget spinners as “general use” products, not… Read More

  • #FamilyVoicesFriday: Ethan’s Story

    Posted on June 30, 2017

    Ethan was an energetic and curious baby who loved to explore his environment. His parents would place him in the Baby Trend Home and Roam portable crib so that he could watch and learn from everyone around him. Sadly, this… Read More

  • CPSC Approves New Sling Standard to Take Effect Next Year

    Posted on January 26, 2017

    This month, the CPSC approved a national safety standard for infant carrier slings. Infant slings like the one pictured here are one option for parents and caregivers who want to keep their babies close but their hands free. However, slings can… 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

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