Dangerous lead found in children's jewelry manufactured overseas
Seven pieces of jewelry recently tested by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute showed lead levels exceeding government standards, including one earring with 124 times more lead than allowed. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating.
Little girls may love shiny play jewelry, but tests show dangerous metals tarnish those trinkets.Recent tests on costume jewelry manufactured in foreign countries show lead levels on all pieces exceed the U.S. lead limit.
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