Most people buy products, including food, expecting them to be safe and healthy. Customers should not have to worry about whether every product is dangerous to their health as they contemplate whether they should buy it. Unfortunately, sometimes recalls, product defects or disease outbreaks, like a recent one in California, can cause people to be more cautious about their purchases.
When it comes to the topic of dangerous or defective children's products, most people naturally think of toys, cribs or even clothes. However, a recently published report by researchers at the renowned Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital suggests that people might want to add high chairs to this mental checklist.