Children Are Why We Care
About Environmental Safety

A few weeks ago, I received an email from Consumer’s Union asking me to visit their headquarters in Yonkers, New York. I would be attending an “event” regarding the organization’s Continue Reading →

Recalls – Consumers Union on Lead III
Should Toys Be Discarded? Do Other
Products Pose Danger to Children?

This is Part III of a three-part series on lead in toys. Below are Consumers Union’s answers to my questions that I suspect are on the minds of many parents. Continue Reading →

Recalls – Consumers Union on Lead III
Should Toys Be Discarded? Do Other
Products Pose Danger to Children?

This is Part III of a three-part series on lead in toys. Below are Consumers Union’s answers to my questions that I suspect are on the minds of many parents. Continue Reading →

Recalls – Consumers Union on Lead II
Should Parents Test Children,
Toys for Lead Contamination?

This is Part II of a three-part series on lead in toys. Below are Consumers Union’s answers to my questions that I suspect are on the minds of many parents. Continue Reading →

Recalls – Consumers Union on Lead II
Should Parents Test Children,
Toys for Lead Contamination?

This is Part II of a three-part series on lead in toys. Below are Consumers Union’s answers to my questions that I suspect are on the minds of many parents. Continue Reading →

Recalls – Consumers Union on Lead I
Consumers Union, Magazine
Are Helping Out Parents

This is Part I of a three-part series on lead in toys. Parts II and III are an exclusive Q&A with Consumers Union. This holiday season, American parents have more Continue Reading →

Recalls – Part II
Here’s a Way to Send
a Message to Retailers

As I mentioned in a recent post, Consumers Union, which publishes Consumer Reports, has organized a campaign urging lawmakers to ensure products sold in the United States are safe for Continue Reading →