Over 3 Million Newborn Lounger Pillows Recalled After Leading to Infant Deaths by Suffocation

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”), together with The Boppy Company, recently announced a recall on over three million Boppy newborn lounger pillows after they were linked to the deaths of eight infants who reportedly fell asleep on the pillows and suffocated. The CSPC has urged families to stop using the recalled pillows, which have been sold at Walmart, Pottery Barn, Target, and Amazon, and also urged families to return their pillows to the Boppy Company through its website.

When the recall was announced, the acting CPSC commissioner made a statement that “Loungers and pillow-like products are not safe for infant sleep, due to the risk of suffocation.” He went on to state that “Since we know that infants sleep so much of the time — even in products not intended for sleep — and since suffocation can happen so quickly, these Boppy lounger products are simply too risky to remain on the market.”

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