A recall all parents should pay close attention to. Reebok is recalling 300-thousand silver colored heart-shaped charm bracelets.
The recall came after a four-year-old child died of lead poisoning after swallowing one of the bracelets. The jewelry was a free gift with the purchase of various styles of children's footwear. Consumers should throw away the bracelets.
Another recall for parents, 580-thousand necklace and ring sets sold at Dollar Tree stores across the country are also being recalled due to lead poisoning dangers. These should be returned to Dollar Tree for a refund.
Wal-Mart is pulling thousands of rocking chairs from their store shelves.
This comes after the consumer product safety commission says poor construction is causing the "Mainstays" rockers to tip over or break apart. Wal-Mart is asking all owners to return the chairs to the store for a full refund.
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