Parents are being urged to stop using two baby dummy products from Boots for the children after the store chain found the devices could be faulty. The pharmacy today issued an urgent recall to parents for the two Boots Baby Soothers products – one is the airflow soothers identified recommended for babies aged 0 to 6 months and the other for babies older than six months. Customers are being urged to return them to Boots stores for a refund or replacement with another product.
Film and Comic Con has returned to Newcastle. The event is once again taking over the Metro Radio Arena this weekend. Film and Comic Con Newcastle promises to bring you some of your favourite stars from TV, and film over the course of Saturday and Sunday. Plus there are a whole host of fun activities including photo shoots, panels, autograph sessions, Cosplay Zone, Loads of Retro Video Game consoles to play and hundreds of stalls full of TV and film memorabilia to browse.
Parents who have recently bought two baby dummy products from Boots have been urged to stop using them as the products could be faulty. On Saturday (October 21) the pharmacy issued an urgent recall to parents for the two Boots Baby Soothers products – one is the airflow soothers identified recommended for babies aged 0 to 6 months and the other for babies older than six months. Customers are being urged to return them to Boots stores for a refund or replacement with another product.
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Selecting a term
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