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How Moms Can be Savvy When Shopping High End

When you become a mother, there are some sacrifices you have to make. Say goodbye to free-time, your pre-baby body and, of course, the biggest loss of them all, designer items. The most exciting purchases you’ll make now are cute baby booties and miniature clothing you…

What to take on a trip with children, so that the suitcase is not overloaded?

To have a good rest during your family holidays, you are to get rid of extra load. It is about material or non-material issues, like business calls and overloaded baggage. It is possible! Since you’ve made up your…

What to take on a trip with children, so that the suitcase is not overloaded?

To have a good rest during your family holidays, you are to get rid of extra load. It is about material or non-material issues, like business calls and overloaded baggage. It is possible! Since you’ve made up your…

Baby Product Recalls and Warnings: Using RSS Feeds to Keep Up-to-Date with the CPSC

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has a great way to help you keep up to date with baby product recalls by providing RSS feeds that can be viewable on your own browser page. Baby product recalls or warnings may be aired news announcements, or you could periodically visit the CPSC website, but an RSS feed (instantaneous information delivered to you from the CPSC website) is a great way to feed the latest recalls to your own personal browser page.


On the CPSC recall search page under “RSS feeds for recently issued recalls”, there is an option to click on an RSS FEED button where you can select from the following web-based feed readers: myAOL, Bloglines, Google, My MSN, netvibes, NewsIsFree, Pageflakes, Technorati , or My Yahoo.


The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of serious injury or death from thousands of types of consumer products. RSS feeds are available for all CPSC recalls or subcategories of recalls. In 2010, the CPSC has already issued warnings on sling carriers for babies, stroller recalls as well as other very important recall information that parents and expecting parents need to be aware of.


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