Public Interest Group PIRG Offers Toy Advice

Updated 1 year ago

While shopping for toys, be on the look out for toys that are too small or too loud.That advice from a public interest advocacy group known as “PIRG.”Using a Portland child care center as a back-drop, they talked about its 27th annual “Trouble in Toyland” survey.The group says even though some toys pass national standards, they still may be hazardous to the your child.The owner of this “child care center” says it’s a scary sight to see a child choking.She said any parent can use the “toilet roll test” to check and see if a toy is a potential choking danger for children.For a complete list of toys the group says could be dangerous, go to www.uspirg.org.


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