Child safety at home
Online marketplaces are risking your family's safety. We reveal how Amazon and Ebay are failing to protect their customers from unsafe and killer toys and car seats.
We exposed serious safety flaws in Cuggl stair gates earlier this year - and now more have come to light. Is yours affected?
Some baby monitor features are simply nice to have, while others can make a big difference to how well your baby monitor works for you. We asked 1,360 parents* what...
We tested 15 popular teething toys and found safety risks with six of the teething toys, including ones bought from John Lewis and Amazon.
A baby monitor should help you to ensure your baby is safe. But if you don’t position it correctly, it could become a hazard.
An Argos Sleep bag, Ikea bib and In The Night Garden Igglepiggle toy are subject to a recall after being identified as potentially harmful to children. Find out how and where to return these unsafe products for a full refund.
We surveyed 2,155 parents with a child under 12 years who had used a lice treatment and asked them whether their child had caught head lice twice within the space of three weeks. More than a third (35%) said they had and seven in 10 of those parents believe it could be because their child is being reinfected by their classmates.
Mothercare has announced it is recalling the 2.5 tog Grey Star Baby Sleep Bag, because a mislabelling error has led to some products being incorrectly labelled as 1 tog.
Stokke has announced it is recalling the Steps Bouncer and the Steps Newborn Set due to a flaw in the way they attach to the Stokke Steps high chair. It poses a potential fall hazard to children.
A safety alert has been issued on two toy slimes. Magic Poo and Unicorn Magic Poo, both made by Tobar, have been withdrawn from sale after they were found to contain excessive levels of boron.