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Young girl critically injured by zip tie

October 13, 2011 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A 5-year-old girl from Anoka County is critically injured after placing a zip tie around her neck and accidentally choking herself. more »»

B.O.B. recalls jogging strollers

October 12, 2011 The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with B.O.B. Trailers Inc. more »»

Ikea recalls children's tents

October 6, 2011 WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a voluntary recall of the BUSA children's folding tent sold at Ikea stores worldwid. more »»

More than 1 in 10 parents skip, delay kids' shots

October 5, 2011 CHICAGO (AP) — By age 6, children should have vaccinations against 14 diseases, in at least two dozen separate doses, the U.S. government advise. more »»

Musical wooden toys recalled

September 30, 2011 The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Battat Inc. more »»

Tyson recalls ground beef for E.coli

September 29, 2011 CINCINNATI (AP) — Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. is recalling about 131,300 pounds of ground beef because a family in Ohio fell ill after eating meat produced by the company that was contaminated with E. more »»

Little Tikes recalls tool sets

September 28, 2011 WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 1.7 million toy workshop and tool sets from toy-maker Little Tikes are being recalled because of choking concerns. more »»

Md. considers ban on crib bumpers

September 27, 2011 BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland health officials are proposing a ban on the sale of crib bumper pads starting in January 2013. more »»

Toddler makes hundreds of 911 calls on old phone

September 26, 2011 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Emergency dispatchers say police officers had to go door-to-door to track down a Utah toddler who made 200 calls to 911 over a 10-day stretch. more »»

Study: Whooping cough vaccination fades in 3 years

September 21, 2011 ATLANTA (AP) — The vaccine against whooping cough falters after only about three years, a preliminary study suggests, adding support to school rules requiring kids to get the vaccination periodically. more »»

AP-MTV Poll: Young people see online slurs as 'just joking'

September 20, 2011 WASHINGTON (AP) — Is it ever OK to tweet that a girl's a "slut"? How about using an offensive name for gays on Facebook? Or texting a racial slur? Most young people think it's all right when friends... more »»

Facebook, Time Warner Inc. launch anti-bullying app

September 19, 2011 Facebook and Time Warner Inc. more »»

Cantaloupe recalled for listeria contamination

September 16, 2011 DENVER (AP) — A melon farm in Colorado has issued a recall of cantaloupe following a Listeria outbreak that has killed at least two people, sickened 22 and spread to several states. more »»

Yale center launches school nutrition info site

September 15, 2011 NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP)— A center at Yale University has created a new website to help parents learn about school nutrition, regulations on what foods can be served and other topics. more »»

Study may show SpongeBob affects preschoolers' learning

September 12, 2011 CHICAGO (AP) — The cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants is in hot water from a study suggesting that watching just nine minutes of that program can cause short-term attention and learning problem... more »»

CDC: Doctors prescribing fewer antibiotics to kids

September 7, 2011 ATLANTA (AP) — The push to get pediatricians to stop prescribing antibiotics for the wrong illnesses is paying off a bit, a new government report found. more »»

Popsicles recalled for undeclared milk

August 12, 2011 Unilever United States, Inc. more »»

CDC: Strokes rise among pregnant women, new moms

August 10, 2011 Strokes have spiked in the United States among pregnant women and new mothers, probably because more of them are obese and suffering from high blood pressure and heart disease, researchers report. more »»



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