Parents and children's privacy were placed at risk as private details of the customers were revealed online.
Scooters and other ride-on-toys could be linked to increasing injury rates in children by 40 percent.
A new study reported that early repetitive behaviors can be a sign of autism.
Streptococcus pneumoniae and Streptococcus pyogenes do persist on surfaces for far longer than anticipated, according to a new study.
Researchers found that toy advertisements during Christmas time in Spain remain sexist.
Parents are better off getting their sons dolls this Christmas. New research reveals baby boys love dolls more than trucks.
For the very first time researchers have proved that cuddling with soft toys like teddy can have a healing effects and ultimately they also relieve existential angst.
McDonald's announced that for the first two weeks of November, the Happy Meals will come with a book instead of a toy.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) published a report surrounding the dangers of household items. According to the study, household items containing man-made chemicals are linked to diseases, such as cancers, asthma, and birth defects. The report suggests placing a ban on high risk items in order to protect future generations.
It is no wonder that when you take care of some things, they last like your mobile phones, or your toy collection, or even your home decorations. The same goes for gardening. Sure, you probably started gardening as a hobby, or you've been talked into creating one. But in the long run, you'll know that it is a lifetime commitment.