New Which? research has revealed more than 40% of the toys we tested from AliExpress, Amazon Marketplace, eBay and Wish failed safety tests and are dangerous.
After Which? experts identified a pair of stair gates so unsafe they were labeled 0% Don't Buys, crucial changes have been made to both to ensure they now pass our rigorous lab tests.
Fake baby slings and carriers can put your baby's safety at risk. Get our top tips on spotting a fake, plus find out what to do if you accidentally buy one.
Whether you have a newborn or toddler, you'll want to ensure your child has a comfortable and safe space to sleep and play when you go on holiday. Our top tips will help you find the perfect travel cot for your family getaway.
Parents want a baby cot mattress that's supportive and safe. However, our recent survey found almost nine in ten second-hand cot mattress owners experience issues with their cot mattress, which could put your baby's safety at risk.
Do you spend hundreds of pounds on a car seat for your child that may only last a year or two? Or do you save money on a multi-group car seat that will last a decade or more? Read on to find out the pros and cons and to discover models that will last your child a long time.
Fisher-Price has recalled it's 2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Glider following reports of four infant deaths in the United States that were associated with a similar product. Find out how to get a refund if you own this product.
Tesco is recalling a batch of Tesco Cottage Pie Baby Food because some meals may contain pieces of blue plastic.
John Lewis, Ikea, The Little Green Sheep or a Mamas and Papas cot bed mattress? - Which? reveals the baby brands you love.
It's important that your cot mattress is durable and remains hygienic so that it provides a safe place for your baby to sleep each night. Read on to discover our top five tips for keeping your baby's cot mattress in tip top shape.