Guide to Baby Products

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Consumer Reports, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 294 pages
* What you need to know about baby gear, from strollers to car seats, diaper bags to cribs
* At-a-glance details on hundreds of individual items in the all-new Product Guide
* Ratings of car seats, carriers, play yards, and travel systems
* Comprehensive list of recent safety recalls
* Guide to the most commonly prescribed medications for babies
* Shopping guide to web sites, catalogs, and stores
* What you need to know about baby gear, from strollers to car seats, diaper bags to cribs
* At-a-glance details on hundreds of individual items in the all-new Product Guide
* Ratings of car seats, carriers, play yards, and travel systems
* Comprehensive list of recent safety recalls
* Guide to the most commonly prescribed medications for babies
* Shopping guide to web sites, catalogs, and stores

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Sandy Jones, an expert on baby products and safety, is author of many books and articles. She has appeared on TV shows such as "The Today Show" and "Good Morning America" as an advocate for child-products safety. The Editors of Consumer Reports regularly report on baby products. Their work is based on the testing and experience of the Consumer Reports Technical Division, which has evaluated products for babies and for the home for many years.

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