Kids' jewelry distributed at dental offices recalled

Nearly 70,000 charm bracelets and football rings that were distributed for free at some U.S. dental offices over the past several years have been recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

The jewelry, which was imported from China, contains high levels of cadmium, a toxic mineral that can weaken bones and kidneys over time. The bracelets and rings were distributed from June 2005 through March 2010. The CPSC has warned parents to throw away the Children's Happy Charm Bracelets and football-shaped rings.

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