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More Toxic Junk From China Recalled
From Patricia Doyle, PhD

It is quite obvious that our feckless government is not going to stop accepting toxic Chinese imported products.  So, dear consumer, it is up to us. We have the power to stop the insanity by refusing to buy this stuff. Check each product or toy that you buy and if it was made in China or contains ingredients from China. If so, DON'T BUY IT.
Just because a product has an American name or is offered for sale under an American trademark that does not guarantee it was made here. Look before you buy. Made in China?  Put it back on the shelf and tell the store sales person that you wanted the product but won't buy it because it is made in China. Ask for a substitute product that was made in the USA or Canada. Stop buying. If this means we have to say no to our children about a popular toy, so be it. Don't be afraid to tell the child why you cannot buy it.  You are the parent and have the right and RESPONSIBILITY to say "no."
Patricia Doyle
Nike Bauer Hockey Equipment Recalled Over Lead Concerns
April 07, 2010 
GREENLAND (AP) - Nike Bauer Hockey USA Inc., headquartered at 150 Ocean Road, recently announced the recall of an estimated 67,000 youth and junior hockey sticks, shafts and blades made in China and sold at sporting goods stores nationwide from February 2005 through last month.
Another 60,000 in Canada have also been recalled.
Paint and decals on the products have high levels of lead, which is toxic to young children if they ingest it. No illnesses or injuries have been reported.
The recalled products come in various shapes, sizes and colors and the name "Bauer" and the model descriptions are on all the sticks, shafts and blades. Most of the sticks have the Nike symbol as well.
For information, call (888) 734-0443, visit www.bauer.com or www.cpsc.gov.
Gund Recall Baby Books Made In China
WASHINGTON, April 6 (UPI) -- The Consumer Products Safety Commission announced the voluntary recall of Gund baby books due to a choking hazard.
The recall involves about 15,100 books in the United States and 865 in Canada imported from China by Gund of Edison, N.J., and sold nationwide from January 2009 through March 2010 for $8 per book and $20 for a set of three.
The Gund Baby Paperback Books include the titles "Animals," item number 059174, "Numbers," item number 059175 and "Colors," item number 059176.
The books include handles that work as baby rattles. They also include Styrofoam used as filling in the binding that can detach and form a choking hazard for children.
Consumers were advised to take the books from children and contact Gund for a free replacement product.
Consumers can call 800-436-3726 for information.
Patricia A. Doyle DVM, PhD Bus Admin, Tropical Agricultural Economics Univ of West Indies Please visit my "Emerging Diseases" message board at:http://www.emergingdisease.org/phpbb/index.php Also my new website: http://drpdoyle.tripod.com/ Zhan le Devlesa tai sastimasa Go with God and in Good Health 
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