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  • Biggest Recalls of 2018 – So Far

    Posted on July 3, 2018

    We’ve already seen a few dozen children’s product recalls in 2018. At this time of year, KID likes to highlight the biggest recalls of the year, so far. Checking your products for recalls regularly will protect your children from common… Read More

  • New KID Report Shows Jump in 2017 Recalls

    Posted on April 3, 2018

    On Tuesday, along with Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Illinois PIRG, KID released new data on product recalls and children’s safety. This year, the number of recalls increased by 22%, while injuries and incidents reported prior to recall decreased from a… Read More

  • CSPC Sues to Get B.O.B. Strollers Recalled

    Posted on February 19, 2018

    Late last week, the US CPSC voted 3-1 to file suit against Britax to force action on B.O.B. jogging strollers made prior to 2015. According to the complaint, these strollers have caused injury to both children and adults when the… 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

  • IKEA Recalled Dressers: Deadly Furniture

    Posted on November 8, 2017

    We hope you have heard about the 2016 recall of 29 million dressers from IKEA.  And that you have removed those dressers from your home and received a refund from IKEA. Unfortunately, we know from a death made public last… Read More

  • Additional Death Identified as a Result of Recalled IKEA Dressers

    Posted on October 18, 2017

    KID is devastated to learn than an additional death has been identified in connection with the June 28, 2016 recall of 29 million IKEA dressers. Today, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the death occurred as a result of a recalled… Read More

  • Safe Sleep Month: What is a Safe Sleep Environment?

    Posted on October 13, 2017

    October is Safe Sleep Month – a time of year when parents, caregivers and safety advocates come together to focus on one of the key safety issues affecting infants. We’ve found that a common source of confusion for parents and… Read More

  • Safe Sleep Tips for Infant Mortality Month

    Posted on September 22, 2017

    Each September marks National Infant Mortality Awareness Month. At KID, we take this opportunity to spread awareness about common hazards that contribute to the infant mortality in the U.S. The CDC defines infant mortality as the death of an infant before… Read More

  • Two Days at CPSC Talking about Recall Effectiveness and Agency Priorities

    Posted on July 31, 2017

    KID’s Executive Director, Nancy Cowles, spent Tuesday and Wednesday of last week with other product safety stakeholders at the US Consumer Product Safety Commission in Bethesda, Maryland. On Tuesday, July 25, Acting Chairman Ann Marie Buerkle[1] hosted a Recall Effectiveness Workshop. KID,… Read More

  • The Biggest Recalls of 2017 (So Far)

    Posted on July 5, 2017

    Summer is in full swing and we’ve made it halfway through 2017. Several dozen children’s products have been recalled this year – already outpacing 2016 recalls. At this time of year, we like to remind parents and caregivers about the… Read More

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