Everyday products in our home like singing baby books may contain button dangerous batteries.
Infant safety is taking a big step forward today as new Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) rules take effect banning drop-side cribs. Manufacturers and stores that sell cribs can no longer make or sell drop-side cribs.
Look around your yard this weekend as there may be a fire hazard. Firepots and the gel that’s used to fuel them are under investigation by the Consumer Product Safety Commission over reports of injuries. A national retailer is also pulling the products off store shelves over the alleged safety concerns.
Before you make your next big purchase for your child or yourself, you may want to look at the product’s safety record. The Consumer Product Safety Commission makes complaints public giving parents insight into potential safety issues.
It’s Consumer Protection Week. While you may not think this means much to you, there are some changes expected this week. First, will the government do something to protect the price of gas and will it work? There is talk they’ll tap into oil reserves as gas prices continue to climb. GasBuddy.com shows gas prices are up 11-cents from last…
UPDATED 3/20/2017 Crib safety is a big issue if you have a baby. There are many products that some safety advocates say post a real danger to your child.