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Lead Recalls

These products are being recalled from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

CPSC Handbook for resale stores and sellers

“Town Hall on Toy Safety”: CPSC Talks to Parents About New Rules Aimed at Making Toys Safer

If you have any of these products follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for removing the product from the home. If you are concerned with lead poisoning, contact your primary care physician. If your child does not have health insurance and are concerned about lead poisoning, please contact Rensselaer County Health Department at 518-270-2642. Click here for more information on lead poisoning.

**New York State requires that health care providers test all children for lead at one and two years of age, even if your child’s first lead test was within an acceptable range.**

Q and A for Health Care Providers
Spanish: Plomo en los Juguetes de Niños: Preguntas y Respuestas para los Padres
Russian: Свинец в детских игрушках. Информация для родителей: вопросы и ответы
Chinese: 兒童玩具含鉛:父母須知事項問答

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