Consumer Product Safety Commission Archives

Valley dad invents ergonomic infant carrier

Infant carriers can be tough on the arms – tough enough to dislocate the shoulders of even the most strapping young parents, which is why creator and young dad, Nathan Day, invented LugBug™. Day set out to build a sturdy, reliable and easy-to-use handle for parents to prevent strain-related injuries when lifting inherently awkward infant… Read More →

Rough Play: How Improper Golf Swings Can Leave Risk For Injury

improper golf swings

Don’t be fooled by the seemingly tame appearance of a game of golf; the physical activity involved on the golfers’ end can leave risk for injury if the correct precautions aren’t taken. In 2009, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported that there were more than 55,000 visits to hospital emergency rooms for golf-related… Read More →