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  • W.A.T.C.H. Releases Top 10 Worst Toys List of 2022

    Most parents feel the increased pressure that kicks in each year during the holiday season, while frantically shopping for the most popular toys. In a culture where many families regularly face unique challenges, it can be easy to overlook the reality of dangerous toys this time of year. Toy safety has been a national concern[…]

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    CPSC: The Deadly Dangers of Hoverboards, E-Scooters and E-Bikes

    According to a recent press release from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), e-bike, e-scooter, and hoverboard injuries and fatalities are on the rise. In commemoration of last month’s National Fire Prevention Week, the commission is reminding Americans with micromobility products to be cautious and safe while using them. E-scooters, e-bikes, and hoverboards have become[…]

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    CPSC Launches #GoCordless Campaign to Save Children’s Lives

    According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), corded window coverings are one of the top five hidden dangers in the home. Tragically, nearly half of the incidents that involve children and corded window coverings result in fatalities. Even though corded window covers such as blinds, drapes, and shades create significant entrapment and strangulation hazards[…]

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    CPSC Updates Mandatory Federal Safety Standard to Prevent Furniture Tip-Overs

    Recently, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) approved a new federal mandatory safety standard for clothing storage units to limit injuries and deaths associated with tip-overs. Children face the highest risks for sustaining this type of injury, which often involves clothing storage units like dressers, chests, bureaus, armoires, wardrobes, chests of drawers and door chests. Every year, children[…]

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    How Johnson & Johnson is Texas Two-Stepping its Way Out of Paying Injured Victims

    Back in 1989, it was the Texas legislature that made it legal for a single corporation to divide into two or more entities in a move many call the “Texas two-step” today. And the Texas two-step is exactly what Johnson & Johnson, a company worth nearly half a trillion dollars, did last year. It declared[…]

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