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Resource ID: #14026
Subject: Children
Source: Consumer Reports


Consumer Reports examines so-called "child-proofing" products designed to keep homes safe for children. The article looks at several of these products in over a dozen categories and finds at least fourteen of them not acceptable because of safety drawbacks. (January 1997)

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