Chinese manufacturers have been banned from using lead in children's jewelry, so some have started switching to an even more dangerous toxin. An Associated Press investigation finds the heavy metal cadmium in charm bracelets, shiny pendants and movie tie-in products being sold throughout the United States. Lab tests show one tainted trinket had as much as 91 percent cadmium by weight.
AP Investigation: Toxic Metal In Kids' Jewelry
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