choking hazard

Toys ‘R’ Us Recalls 29,000 ‘Wiggle Ball’ Toys Over Choking Hazard

Toys ‘R’ Us Recalls 29,000 ‘Wiggle Ball’ Toys Over Choking Hazard

Kids love wiggly, easy-to-grasp toys. Some kids also like putting little pieces of brightly colored plastic in their mouths. So when one of those wiggly toys has pieces that can break off and find themselves in a baby’s mouth, it’s time for a recall. [More]

Safety Regulators Issue Safety Alert For Still-Popular Fidget Spinners

Safety Regulators Issue Safety Alert For Still-Popular Fidget Spinners

Following several incidents in which it became increasingly clear that toys-of-the-moment fidget spinners weren’t just exploding in popularity, but actually exploding, federal safety regulators have issued a safety alert aimed at reducing the potential for injuries and fire hazards associated with the gadgets.  [More]

Swimsuits For Babies And Toddlers Sold At Meijer Recalled For Detaching Snaps

Swimsuits For Babies And Toddlers Sold At Meijer Recalled For Detaching Snaps

It’s nearly the end of summer (where did the time go?) but if your baby or toddler hasn’t outgrown these super-cute swimsuits from Meijer yet, you should know that they’ve been recalled because the snaps can detach, posing a choking hazard. [More]

Britax Recalls Chest Clips For 207,000 Carseats

Britax Recalls Chest Clips For 207,000 Carseats

If you own a Britax B-Safe carseat you should check to see if it’s part of the company’s latest safety recall covering chest clips for 207,000 safety seats.  [More]

680,000 Baby Rattles Recalled Over Choking Hazard Concerns

680,000 Baby Rattles Recalled Over Choking Hazard Concerns

Baby rattles come in all shapes, sizes, and designs, but they all have one purpose: To entertain children, not hurt them. For that reason, 680,000 rattles have recently been recalled because they pose a choking hazard. [More]

Target, Pacific Cycle Recall 129K Infant Bike Helmets Over Choking Hazards

Target, Pacific Cycle Recall 129K Infant Bike Helmets Over Choking Hazards

If you picked up an infant bicycle helmet from Target recently you might want to check to make sure it’s not one of 129,000 recently recalled.  [More]

8,200 Stuffed Grumpy Cats Recalled, Are Unhappy About It

8,200 Stuffed Grumpy Cats Recalled, Are Unhappy About It

If you aren’t familiar with the perpetually-frowning, totally adorable Grumpy Cat, we feel very sorry for you. Obviously, you need to spend more time looking at cute pictures of animals on the Internet. Grumpy Cat started as a cute kitty who always looks like she’s frowning, and somehow spawned an entire industry of apps, merchandise, and beverages, and became a Friskies spokescat. One of those pieces of merchandise has been recalled. [More]

Marty McFly's Hat Is A Choking Hazard

Marty McFly's Hat Is A Choking Hazard

The biggest danger to Hill Valley isn’t Grey’s Sports Almanac, it’s the small parts in Marty McFly’s cap. This form the inspiration for Back To The Future IV, where Marty travels through time to make sure his future self doesn’t strangle on the drawstrings of a poorly designed hoodie.

Recall Roundup – Wash Your Clothes With Flames Edition

Psyclone Essentials Wii 4-Dock Battery Recharge Stations – Overheats; risk of fire and burn hazards

Kellogg's Lego Fun Snacks Sends Mixed Messages To Your Child

Kellogg's Lego Fun Snacks Sends Mixed Messages To Your Child

Much of the stress of parenting, we imagine, stems from keeping your child out of danger. Just when you thought you had taught your child not to put small objects in their mouth, Kellogg’s introduces Lego Fun Snacks! Penny Arcade blogger Gabe discovered the snacks which resemble Lego building blocks but have a fun fruity taste. Gabe’s rant, inside…

Tiffany & Co Fined For Hiding Deadly Teething Ring

Tiffany & Co Fined For Hiding Deadly Teething Ring

Tiffany & Co, of breakfast fame, has been fined for failing to tell the government about a potentialy hazardous silver teething rattle.

Tiffany Recalls Paloma Rattle, Satan’s Plaything

Tiffany Recalls Paloma Rattle, Satan’s Plaything

Being born with a silver spoon in your mouth poses a choking hazard, reports the Consumer Product Safety Commission.