Toxic Teddy Bears Pulled From Target Shelves
"Target's initial investigation indicates this product had compliant testing results when it was shipped," says Target spokesperson Beth Hanson. The company has since pulled the bears from store shelves, she says.
Oddly enough, one can still purchase a teddy-like product called a "Message Bear" from -- are you sitting down? -- messagebears.com. Yes, there's a Valentine's Day version. No word on lead levels, however.
Related: People Prefer Pets to Partners on Valentine's Day
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