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Fisher-Price recalls sleepers after more than 30 babies died


NEW YORK — Fisher-Price recalled nearly 5 million infant sleepers on Friday after more than 30 babies died in them over a 10-year period.The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said anyone who bought a Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play sleeper should stop using it right away and contact Fisher-Price for a refund or voucher. The sleepers, which are used to put babies to sleep, are soft padded cradles that vibrate.Fisher-Price and the CPSC said the deaths occurred after infants rolled over from their backs to their stomachs or sides while unrestrained, but did not specify how they died. In an article this week, Consumer Reports found that some of the infants died from suffocation.A safety warning was issued last week, but The American Academy of Pediatrics urged Fisher-Price and the CPSC to recall the sleepers, calling them “deadly.”In a statement Friday, Fisher-Price said that it stood by the safety of its products and said it issued the voluntary recall “due to reported incidents in which the product was used contrary to the safety warnings and instructions.”The recall covers about 4.7 million sleepers, which sold for between $40 and $149 since 2009.The Associated Press read more


Brock in the News – August 27 September 2


Professor weighs in on Canada-China relationsThis week, Prime of Canada Justin Trudeau paid a visit to China, with experts such as political science professor Charles Burton weighing in on Canada and China’s past, present and future relationship: National Post, Global News, St. Catharines Standard, Canadian Press, Inside Toronto, London Free Press, Vancouver Sun, 24 Hours Vancouver, Regina Leader Post, Edmonton Journal, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen, Calgary Herald, Windsor Star, The Province, CBC Radio One, CNBC, and CJAD 800Study explores grief dreamsJoshua Black, a PhD student in the faculty of social sciences, recently sat down with the St. Catharines Standard to discuss the history of his research and the personal story behind his motivation to study grief dreams.Camp for youths with autism celebrates 20 years This summer, the Brock Autism Spectrum Disorder camp celebrated a significant milestone. Having hosted this at the University for the last 20 years, the program saw more than 2,000 participants and 30,000 programming hours dedicated to running the camp: St. Catharines Standard, 97.7 HTZ-FM, and 610 CKTBNo surprise ‘Indian hospital’ switched babies at birth: expertThe history of Indian hospitals and segregated health care is a line of research Maureen Lux, a history professor at Brock, is an expert in, detailing the challenges the Indigenous community faced in the Winnipeg Free Press.Jessica Humphries wins $1k curling scholarshipBrock student athlete Jessica Humphries has been chosen as one of only ten curlers nationally for the 2016 For the Love of Curling Scholarship, awarded by Curling Canada: Peterborough Examiner read more




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