AAP calls on FDA to label known food choking hazards

05/25/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The AAP, in a policy statement, is asking the FDA to require warning labels on foods that are known choking hazards for children and to monitor food for safety. Children under age 4 are at highest risk for choking, and the AAP recently recommended food manufacturers redesign some items, such as hot dogs, to make them safer.

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