advances, oral damage, and infection. Purity may occur if the jewelry is broken and small beads or the entire piece of jewelry will enter the throat or air of the child, "according to an alert released today by the FDA.
advises parents and guardians, taking care of babies who are sick with the urge to not wear necklaces, bracelets, and other jewelry.
Alert and parents and carers also ask for people with disabilities as those with special needs, such as autism or hyperactivity disorder that can not use necklaces and bracelets to provide sensory stimulation or chewing redirects.
Officials say rings or theater are not the same as jewelery sold for toothache.
A circular ring or tooth, made of hard plastic or rubber, does not wear an adult or child, says the FDA.  4] "The safety and effectiveness of caring jewelry to treat teething and / or hearing loss is not established," the FDA said.
For more information about the alert, click here.