CPSC: Boppy Infant Head And Neck Support Accessory Recalled On Risk Of Baby SuffocationThe Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled a popular infant head support sold nationwide due to a possible suffocation risk.
Target Recalls Unicorn Toddler Boots Due To Choking HazardTarget stores are recalling 33,600 pairs of children's boots due to a unicorn horn on the boot that can detach, posing a choking hazard to children.
Reports Of Spontaneous Glass Breakage On The RiseGlass tables and shower doors are very popular. But there are a number of reports of them shattering without warning.
Reports Suggest Summer's Hottest Toy Could Pose Choking HazardFidget spinners are one of this summer's hottest toys -- but now there are reports of children choking on pieces of the popular plaything.
NJ Officials Warn Of Potential Dangers Associated With Motorized BoardsThe Consumer Product Safety Commission has said it has received dozens of reports of injuries and fires related to the devices across the country.
Portable Smartphone Battery Packs Can Be Fire Hazards, Experts WarnKeeping phones and tablets charged is a challenge of modern life, and portable battery packs are a common solution. But they can possess a hidden danger.
Keurig Recalling 7 Million Single-Serve Coffee Brewing MachinesKeurig says its Mini Plus Brewing Systems, with model number K10, can overheat and spray water during brewing.
Customs Officers At Port Of New York Cracking Down On Counterfeit GoodsInvestigators say to avoid getting a fake, buy only at trusted stores and Internet sites, and always question super low prices.
Holiday Hazards To Look Out ForWith children at the center of so many holiday celebrations, parents should make an extra effort to keep them away from certain items.
Seen At 11: Expert Explains Coffee Tables, TVs, Shower Doors Shattering Without WarningImagine sitting in your living room and suddenly, your glass coffee table explodes, or while taking a bath, the shower door shatters.
NY Thrift Shops Told To Stop Selling Children's Clothing With DrawstringsThey are clothing that in rare cases can kill. New York banned or restricted the use of drawstrings in children's clothing more than a decade ago -- and the feds followed suit in recent years. But you can still find "drawstring dangers" on store shelves.