The report found that recalls of children's products jumped in 2007. Two hundred and thirty-one recalls involved more than 46 million items.
"These products together caused at least 657 injuries and 6 deaths," said Nancy Cowles, executive director of Kids In Danger, in a press release. "And those incidents include only those already reported at the time of the recall. More needs to be done to protect children from these hazards."
For more on the report, and to see a list of items, visit kidsindanger.org