...And Children's Necklaces

February 2005
Child Health Alert;Feb2005, Vol. 23, p5
Reports on the decision of Baltimore, Maryland-based Raymond Geddes Co. Inc. to recall its metallic necklaces because of the high levels of lead found in the necklaces. Description of the necklaces; Value of the items sold via mail order catalogs and the Internet.


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