Six in 10 toys from online marketplaces are a safety hazard for children, according to the British Toy and Hobby Association. Find out more about the BTHA report, what our own Which? tests found and how to shop safely online for baby and child products.
John Lewis is recalling several of its own-brand Leckford, Jurassic Garden and plain cotton baby sleeping bags, sold between February and November 2020, as they may pose a choking risk.
The weather has turned and autumn is well and truly here, so if you own a trampoline, it’s time to consider how you’re going to store it for winter.
If you own an Argos Cuggl Little Sheep Deluxe, Plum Deluxe or Pumpkin Deluxe high chair, you should stop using it immediately.
Our thorough high chair testing checks for and unearths all sorts of potential dangers that you need to consider when buying a high chair.
A baby stair gate or barrier can be a useful piece of kit to keep any intrepid explorers away from stairs or out of rooms that they shouldn’t be in. But are you installing and using your gate in the correct way?
Trampolines may be a great garden toy, and a useful way for your kids burn off some energy this summer, but half of parents say children have hurt themselves on one.
Parents are being warned after samples of four safety gates tested by Which? have failed tests that form part of the EU standard for stair gates (EN 1930:2011).
During lockdown a climbing frame will keep your little ones active and entertained. Find out what outdoor and indoor climbing frames are available, as well as key safety advice about setting up a kids climbing frame in your home or garden.
Philips has issued a voluntary recall of its Avent digital video baby monitors (SCD620) produced between January 2016 and March 2018. The battery in the parent unit can overheat while plugged into the electrical connection, which poses a potential fire hazard. Find out what to do if yours is affected.