Reed and Barton have recalled their flatware because of choking hazard. The pink bunny ears pose a choking hazard. Click here for more.
Trumpette recalls baby socks because of choking hazard http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2013/Baby-Socks-Recalled-by-Trumpette/
-BUGABOO STROLLERS, CHERRY STROLLERS AND BABY HOME HIGHCHAIRS BabyHome High Chair and Cherry Strollers are recalled because of strangulation hazard.
Bugaboo Recalls Cameleon3 Strollers Due to Fall Hazard click here
Due to the death of 5 infants, 150,00 "nap nanny recliners" have been recalled. These were sold by Amazon, Toy R Us, and Buy Buy Baby. Click here for details.
Graco High chairs may cause falls because the base is not properly attached. Click here.
RECALL of Specialized bicycles "GLOBE" BICYCLES. There have been 4 incidents of front fork failure causing falls. click here.
Recall for Carebear pacifier, August, 2012. The nipples can separate from the base, posing a choking hazard to young children. CLICK HERE.
RECALLS FOR EVENFLO TODDLER TABLE AND HIGHCHAIRTHERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF FALL BECAUSE OF TRAY MALFUNCTION. CLICK HERE.
This Bicycle carrier seat has had two incidents of causing harm to fingers. The Todson company has issued a voluntary recall.
THE RECALL is an issue with the dropper. There is no danger with regard to the medication itself. There has been a number of complaints about the dosing system and McNeil is voluntarily recalling the grape oral suspension. Click Here for info.
RECALL: KELTY JOGGING STROLLER. Hazard is a loose front wheeling causing infant and adult to lose balance and fall. Click here.
RECALLS FOR CHILD BICYCLE TRAILER AND CONVERSION KITSChariot Carriers has recalled the bicycle trailer and conversion kits because of a hazard with the hitch mechanism which can cause the trailer to detach from the bicycle. Click Here.
Several recalls for the end of 2011 that may have an impact on your daily life. Bugaboo strollers due to "fall hazards",Bugaboo car seat adapters also due to fall hazards. Winter related items are described on this link. There may also be excess lead in some travel cases made for children.
ThisVoluntary recall involves LittleLife Discoverer child carriers. “LittleLife” is printed on the back of the carriers. Missing Bolts can cause chair to fall backwards.Click Here.
Table Top clip on chair sold from 2006 to 2011 from Phil & Teds. Click here.
Ross Store Acacia chair recalled - it will not support weight and will collapse.
Booster seat Recall (Target) see report
Stroller recall due to strangulation hazard. The brand is Zooper Strollers manufactured between February 2009 and June 2010. Click for more info.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has an up to date blog which details all recalls. See their website by clicking here.
Crib recall, safety pegs (March 2011) -Sold through 2007. Click for information.
Other important recalls are listed below:
Recall December - ZOOM BUGGY CARS AND DREAM PILLOW STARS. See FDA information.
Tylenol was recalled several months ago. They are beginning to stock store shelves with new product. See article from Wall Street Journal.
The use of Hyland’s Teething Tablets may pose a risk to children. FDA analysis and testing identified some Hyland’s Teething Tablets See the FDA warning on their website.
TANGO double stroller has a voluntary recall due to safety latch problem. www.zooper.com/Safety%20Recall.html
Pottery Barn Cribs are recalled. Several models are included. See the link to get pictures and models.www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml10/10302.html
Also Friday, Portable Playard Tent by "Tots in Mind" are recalled due to possibility of strangulation. http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml10/10303.html
Infant Carriers including CYBEX2.GO made by Regal Lager in Kennesaw, Ga. Shoulder Buckle may cause falling hazard
new crib recall Nov, 2010 see Bassett Baby Bed
Recent recall for Baby Swing - See link below
Also, EvenFlo wooden Baby gate has been recalled.
Amby Beds have been recalled. Molly and Betsy Cribs were recalled in 2001 and they are re-notifying parents. www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml10/10056.html
Review the recall notices at the following link below