CPSC: 22 children died in toy-related deaths in 2006

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By Consumers Union on Thursday, December 13th, 2007

From the Consumer Reports Safety Blog: While toys with lead paint and tiny magnets have gotten a lot of attention this year, statistics released today by the Consumer Product Safety Commission serve as a sobering reminder that the simple and most classic of toys—balloons, tricycles, scooters and balls—are often just as hazardous.

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