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MASSIVE Fisher-Price Recall Today

Fisher Price

Mattel's Fisher-Price is recalling more than 11 million toys and children's products today.

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CPSC Warning: STOP Using Sleep Positioners!

Sleep Positioner

Today, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) warned parents to STOP using infant sleep positioners. Inez Tenenbaum, chairman of the CPSC, says they have had 12 reports of babies suffocating in infant sleep positioners.

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Protect Your Child from Sex Abuse, Part 2

Erin Runnion holds up photos of her daughter
In part one, we discussed the specific steps parents can take to eliminate opportunities for child sexual abuse to occur. In part two, Erin Runnion, founder of the Joyful Child Foundation, shares her suggestions for identifying "red-flag" behavior in people who may be looking to victimize your child.

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Protect Your Child from Sex Abuse, Part 1

Samantha Runnion
On July 15, 2002, Samantha Runnion became the victim of a convicted child molester. She was kidnapped, sexually assaulted, beaten upside the head and finally asphyxiated via pressure to the chest. Samantha would have turned 6 eleven days later. 

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21 Safest Booster Seats

21 Safest Booster Seats

The Britax Frontier 85 gets one of the top ratings from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, which reviewed the seatbelt fit of 72 models of booster seats.

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Demystifying 'Facebook Places': The Essentials

"Facebook Places" is a new application that allows you to "check in" via your mobile device when you reach a certain location. Is it safe?

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Are Trampolines Always Dangerous?

When a friend's daughter suffered a broken ankle on a trampoline, I thought, "Should I take my kids off for good?"

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9-Year-Old Girl Dies on School Playground Equipment

Alyssa Avila

Nine-year-old Alyssa Avila, of Oklahoma, died Thursday when she fell from a teetertotter-like piece of playground equipment called the "X-Wave," which is manufactured by the Minnesota-based company Xccent, Inc.

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