CPSC Warns Against Fidget Spinners After Swallowing Cases

By Rachel Graf (May 31, 2017, 5:32 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has launched an investigation into fidget spinners after children in Texas and Oregon were hospitalized for swallowing parts of the popular toy, according to a news report.

The CPSC investigation began after a girl in Texas underwent surgery to remove part of a fidget spinner she had swallowed and a young boy was similarly hospitalized in Oregon after swallowing a piece of the gadget, according to an ABC News report on May 26.

"We advise parents to keep these away from young children because they can choke on small parts, and warn older children not...

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