CPSC Releases Top Three Tips for a Safer Holiday Toy Shopping and Playing Experience

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a timely press release about toy safety, just before the Holidays. The report notes the decrease in toy recalls in 2010 compared with 2008, and the decrease in child deaths during the same period. This is great progress, and perhaps a sign of tougher oversight under the new administration in Washington.

Unfortunately, child injuries from toys are on the increase, so parents need to continue to take care, and to properly supervise their children’s play. Here is the press release, with some good safety tips for buying toys...

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