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Peleton Treadmill Claimed Unsafe by CPSC

treadmills can be dangerous - peloton tread+

Although the CPSC believes that the Peloton Tread+ poses serious risks to children for abrasions, fractures, and death. the company is refusing to do so. In Massachusetts, the law requires product manufacturers like Peloton to sell products that do not pose an unreasonable risk to consumers. Learn more.

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Ask Dr John Esq – Snowblower Injuries – Toro Recalls Its Snowblower Because of Amputation Hazard

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission recently recalled snowthrowers/snowblowers manufactured by the Toro Company.

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Child Car Seats May Not Be Safe As Advertised

mother trying to decide the best car seat for her child

Congressional Investigation Finds Many Booster Seat Makers “Endangered” Children’s Lives After Review of “Meaningless Safety Testing” — ProPublica

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Preventable Injuries, Playground Safety and How to Protect Your Children

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GM Ignition Switch Recall Starts Multiple Investigations

gm ignitions switch recall slide from safer car.gov - use only the ignition key with nothing else on the key ring

In Massachusetts, all manufacturers promise that products sold here are fit for their ordinary, intended purposes, which includes both those uses which the manufacturer intended and those uses and misuses which are reasonably foreseeable. If a product is more dangerous

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Graco Recalls Nearly 3.8 million Child Car Seats

Manufacturers of products intended for children cannot make products unnecessarily dangerous. When manufacturers do and a child suffers harm, that manufacturer is responsible for the harm. Graco, a division of Atlanta-based Newell Rubbermaid, agreed to a voluntary safety recall to

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How can we keep our families safe from using dangerous products?

Sean and Lexi Munroe, 7 and 8 year old siblings respectively, of Franklin, Massachusetts, died tragically when they were locked inside a Lane hope chest and suffocated. The Hope Chest had a lid that locked on the outside when the

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