By Holly Lebowitz Rossi
June 04, 2014

Federal officials are urging parents to stop using "Nap Nanny" infant recliners in the wake of the suffocation death of an 8-month-old New Jersey girl.  The baby's death was the sixth fatality linked to the recliner, and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning parents to throw away Nap Nanny recliners they may already own, and to avoid buying used recliners at yard sales or online auctions.  More from ABC News:

The CPSC sued Baby Matters, LLC, the company that manufactured Nap Nanny, in 2012, and later that year, before the company went out of business, a number of major retailers, including Amazon.com and Toys R Us, stopped selling the products.

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