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Child safety at home

Product recall: Charm attachments on baby gym could pose choking risk

Product recall: Charm attachments on baby gym could pose choking risk

The Little Green Sheep has recalled baby gym charms sold at John Lewis, Amazon, and other UK retailers due to choking hazards from wooden rings.

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Which? lab tests uncover security issues with toy drones

Which? lab tests uncover security issues with toy drones

Toy drones are popular gifts for kids this Christmas, but our internet security tests have uncovered issues with some kids' toy drones that you should know about before you buy one.

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Product recall: Baby rattle poses choking risk

Product recall: Baby rattle poses choking risk

Smyths Toys has issued a recall of the Baby Clementoni Blooming Flower Senses Rattle because of a potential choking hazard.

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Can you safely give second-hand tech to your kids?

Can you safely give second-hand tech to your kids?

Buying or giving used tech to your child is a good way to save money, but our research shows there are security, privacy and even safety risks to consider.

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Are cheap baby monitors from Ikea, BT and VTech any good?

Are cheap baby monitors from Ikea, BT and VTech any good?

Ikea's new audio baby monitor joins a range of models under £50, but is it worth spending more on a device to monitor your sleeping baby?

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7 ways to help your child stay healthy this winter

7 ways to help your child stay healthy this winter

We've spoken to the experts to find out the best way to keep your child healthy during the winter months - find out which common childhood illnesses are doing the rounds, including coughs, rashes and headlice, and how to deal with them.

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Five reasons to be careful when buying a kids’ drone

Five reasons to be careful when buying a kids’ drone

Drones for kids are popular Christmas presents, but our kids' drones tests found issues you should know about. Get clued in and see if you should buy one this Christmas.

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Digital thermometers: which one should you buy?

Digital thermometers: which one should you buy?

Our first test of digital thermometers reveals the models you can trust to deliver accurate temperature readings. We've reviewed thermometers from Braun, Boots, Tommee Tippee and Vital Baby and more, to see which ones are best.

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Head lice and nits: did lockdown reduce cases in the past year?

Head lice and nits: did lockdown reduce cases in the past year?

Head lice and nits are a common occurrence in children, passed around when they meet up, whether it's in school, playgrounds or at family gatherings. But were they still being infected in 2020 and early 2021, even though we had little opportunity to socialise because of lockdowns? Our latest survey of head lice treatment use reveals an interesting picture.

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Which garden locations lead to the most trampoline injuries?

Which garden locations lead to the most trampoline injuries?

Which? has carried out a survey of parents to find out whereabouts in the garden trampolines cause the most accidents among children - and what the most common accidents are.

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