Congress has passed a ban on dangerous inclined sleepers and crib bumper pads after hundreds of infants suffocated to death.
Fisher-Price recalled the 4-in-1 Rock 'n Glide Soother and the 2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Glider after four babies suffocated to death.
Graco recalled 51,000 inclined sleepers for Pack n' Play playards after reports of nearly 100 babies suffocating to death in similar products.
Consumer Reports found another 19 infant deaths since June 2019 due to the Fisher-Price Rock 'n Play Sleeper, a now-recalled inclined sleeper that poses a suffocation hazard.
Inclined sleeper accessories for Chicco's Lullaby Playards and Graco’s Care Station Playards may pose a suffocation hazard.
Kolcraft recalled inclined sleeper accessories for bassinets due to a suffocation hazard for babies.
Graco, Evenfo, Summer Infant, and Delta Children have recalled 165,000 inclined infant sleepers due to the risk of suffocation.
Safety officials are warning parents to stop using Summer Infant's SwaddleMe By Your Bed Sleeper because it poses a suffocation risk.
Amazon, Walmart, eBay and Buy Buy Baby are ending sales of inclined sleepers after the products were linked to at least 73 deaths.
Earlier this month, the Massachusetts-based firm Dorell Juvenile USA became the latest company to issue a nationwide recall for inclined infant sleepers designed similar to a product that has been linked to the deaths of 32 babies, according to the...