A new case report details how a teenage girl had to undergo emergency surgery after she swallowed pieces of a broken fidget spinner.
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A case report highlights two incidents where children swallowed batteries from fidget spinners and suffered internal injuries, raising questions as to whether the popular toys should have stronger label warnings.
Some fidget spinners sold at Target tested positive for extremely high levels of lead, but the retailer refuses to recall them, claiming fidget spinners are not toys for young children.
The CPSC is warning that fidget spinners can sometimes present a choking hazard to small children, and some battery-powered units have been linked to fires.
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