Parents Juggling Work In The Pandemic Should Be Extra Careful About Dangerous Toys, Annual Report Warns November 27, 2020

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“I have seen many children in-patient at Dell Children’s who have suffered the consequences of swallowing small high-powered magnets or small batteries,” Mary Beth Bennett, a board member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, said. “And the damage that it does to their insides really is awful to see, irreparable, often has to be surgically corrected, and they have life-long consequences.”

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