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Recall on Baby Furniture
May 14, 2015

The Onondaga County Health Department’s Lead Poisoning Control Program is alerting parents about the voluntary recall for “Baby’s Dream Cribs and Furniture”. The grey paint on this furniture contains a high level of lead. Young children are especially at risk for lead poisoning because they often put non-food items in their mouth. Children with lead poisoning do not look sick. A blood lead test must be done to determine if a child has lead poisoning. If left untreated, lead poisoning can cause behavioral and learning problems.

Product Description:   Baby’s Dream Cribs and Furniture
Manufactured in:       Chile
Sold at:         Specialty furniture stores nationwide and online at BabysDream.com from March 2014-March 2015. Items sold for between $350 and $1,000.
Remedy:         If you have this furniture, immediately contact Baby’s Dream Furniture of Buena Vista, GA to arrange for an exchange.

Complete information about these recalled item(s) is available at:  https://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2015/Babys-Dream-Recalls-Cribs-and-Furniture/

To have your child tested for lead or for more information about lead poisoning prevention call your health care provider or the Onondaga County Health Department Lead Poisoning Control Program at (315) 435-3271.



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