Magformers

17 Jan 19
Toygle

A perfect Magformers starter set with bright, crayon coloured pieces and a special colour and shape matching puzzle booklet.
Includes large idea building cards plus colour and shape recognition book
Truly easy and simple to use. Magnets are sealed in every edge and rotate so always attract and never reject making construction for young hands simple and fun

13 Jan 19
iLikeDeals.net

This is the lowest price ever on Amazon! Ships free!         13 Geometric shapes Step-by-Step Landmark idea booklet Compatible with all MAGFORMERS shapes and accessories Neodymium Rare-Earth Magnets for guaranteed connectivity BPA Free HQABS Plastic   Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. […]

02 Jan 19
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31 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

A small boy had to remove part of his colon after being seriously injured as he swallowed magnets from a toy. Jennifer White, a Wisconsin native, posted on Facebook that her four-year-old son Beck had swallowed "thirteen tiny magnets" after he broke open what seemed to be a magformer's tile toy. Facebook After eating 13 […]

31 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
A LITTLE lad had to have part of his colon removed after he was seriously injured when he swallowed magnets out of a toy. Jennifer White, a mum from Wisconsin, posted on Facebook that her four-year-old son, Beck, had swallowed “13 tiny magnets” after breaking open what appeared to be a Magformers tile toy. Beck White had to have part of his colon removed after eating 13 tiny magnets After taking her son to Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee she posted on Facebook: “He has finished with surgery they had to remove part of his colon, intestines and appendix. “The magnets created holes and infection in his intestines.” When Jennifer first noticed her son was ill, she thought he had caught the flu, according to WTMJ, but that changed drastically. She added: “He started to vomit a very dark colour. It looked like coffee grounds. His mum Jennifer took to Facebook to share his story and warn other parents “At that point I knew something was very wrong.” After she and her husband, Jeremy, transported Beck to the hospital, X-rays showed the boy had eaten the magnets inside his toy, and they had started tearing holes in his intestines. The holes led to an infection and Beck continues to be monitored for infection. There is no word on any long-term issues that he may face after he recovers from this episode. The four-year-old began vomiting black liquid after the magnets tore at his intestinal walls Jennifer told WHNT: “The mom guilt is huge because you feel that you failed your child.” Beck is autistic, and typically White says she takes great precaution with his toys. “I don’t want another mother or father to go through this. It was such a simple toy,” Jennifer added. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) also has been warning the public about the dangers of magnetic children’s toys. The tot, from Wisconsin, swallowed the ‘tiny magnets’ after breaking open what appeared to be a Magformers tile toy Former AAP President Fernando Stein in a statement last year: “High-powered magnets have caused unnecessary surgeries, debilitating injuries, irreversible gastrointestinal damage and other lifelong health impacts in infants, children and adolescents. “Paediatricians have been ringing an alarm bell about these dangerous magnets since we first recognised the damage they cause, and we urge parents to avoid purchasing them as gifts for children during the holiday season.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”14″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] In a Facebook update, Jennifer stated that Amazon took down the magnetic toy product from their site after her story has gone viral. “Amazon has removed the products that were gifted to us,” she wrote. “This is a huge win in my book because as you can see it in the original product purchasing it says it age appropriate for baby’s SMDH.” We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
31 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
A LITTLE lad had to have part of his colon removed after he was seriously injured when he swallowed magnets out of a toy. Jennifer White, a mum from Wisconsin, posted on Facebook that her four-year-old son, Beck, had swallowed “13 tiny magnets” after breaking open what appeared to be a Magformers tile toy. Beck White had to have part of his colon removed after eating 13 tiny magnets After taking her son to Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee she posted on Facebook: “He has finished with surgery they had to remove part of his colon, intestines and appendix. “The magnets created holes and infection in his intestines.” When Jennifer first noticed her son was ill, she thought he had caught the flu, according to WTMJ, but that changed drastically. She added: “He started to vomit a very dark colour. It looked like coffee grounds. His mum Jennifer took to Facebook to share his story and warn other parents “At that point I knew something was very wrong.” After she and her husband, Jeremy, transported Beck to the hospital, X-rays showed the boy had eaten the magnets inside his toy, and they had started tearing holes in his intestines. The holes led to an infection and Beck continues to be monitored for infection. There is no word on any long-term issues that he may face after he recovers from this episode. The four-year-old began vomiting black liquid after the magnets tore at his intestinal walls Jennifer told WHNT: “The mom guilt is huge because you feel that you failed your child.” Beck is autistic, and typically White says she takes great precaution with his toys. “I don’t want another mother or father to go through this. It was such a simple toy,” Jennifer added. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) also has been warning the public about the dangers of magnetic children’s toys. The tot, from Wisconsin, swallowed the ‘tiny magnets’ after breaking open what appeared to be a Magformers tile toy Former AAP President Fernando Stein in a statement last year: “High-powered magnets have caused unnecessary surgeries, debilitating injuries, irreversible gastrointestinal damage and other lifelong health impacts in infants, children and adolescents. “Paediatricians have been ringing an alarm bell about these dangerous magnets since we first recognised the damage they cause, and we urge parents to avoid purchasing them as gifts for children during the holiday season.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”15″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] In a Facebook update, Jennifer stated that Amazon took down the magnetic toy product from their site after her story has gone viral. “Amazon has removed the products that were gifted to us,” she wrote. “This is a huge win in my book because as you can see it in the original product purchasing it says it age appropriate for baby’s SMDH.” We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
31 Dec 18
The Sun
A LITTLE lad had to have part of his colon removed after he was seriously injured when he swallowed magnets out of a toy. Jennifer White, a mum from Wisconsin, posted on Facebook that her four-year-old son, Beck, had swallowed “13 tiny magnets” after breaking open what appeared to be a Magformers tile toy. Beck White had to have part of his colon removed after eating 13 tiny magnets After taking her son to Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee she posted on Facebook: “He has finished with surgery they had to remove part of his colon, intestines and appendix. “The magnets created holes and infection in his intestines.” When Jennifer first noticed her son was ill, she thought he had caught the flu, according to WTMJ, but that changed drastically. She added: “He started to vomit a very dark colour. It looked like coffee grounds. His mum Jennifer took to Facebook to share his story and warn other parents “At that point I knew something was very wrong.” After she and her husband, Jeremy, transported Beck to the hospital, X-rays showed the boy had eaten the magnets inside his toy, and they had started tearing holes in his intestines. The holes led to an infection and Beck continues to be monitored for infection. There is no word on any long-term issues that he may face after he recovers from this episode. The four-year-old began vomiting black liquid after the magnets tore at his intestinal walls Jennifer told WHNT: “The mom guilt is huge because you feel that you failed your child.” Beck is autistic, and typically White says she takes great precaution with his toys. “I don’t want another mother or father to go through this. It was such a simple toy,” Jennifer added. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) also has been warning the public about the dangers of magnetic children’s toys. The tot, from Wisconsin, swallowed the ‘tiny magnets’ after breaking open what appeared to be a Magformers tile toy Former AAP President Fernando Stein in a statement last year: “High-powered magnets have caused unnecessary surgeries, debilitating injuries, irreversible gastrointestinal damage and other lifelong health impacts in infants, children and adolescents. “Paediatricians have been ringing an alarm bell about these dangerous magnets since we first recognised the damage they cause, and we urge parents to avoid purchasing them as gifts for children during the holiday season.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN WORLD NEWS” posts_category=”328″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] In a Facebook update, Jennifer stated that Amazon took down the magnetic toy product from their site after her story has gone viral. “Amazon has removed the products that were gifted to us,” she wrote. “This is a huge win in my book because as you can see it in the original product purchasing it says it age appropriate for baby’s SMDH.” We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
31 Dec 18
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

A young boy had to have part of his colon removed after he was seriously injured when he swallowed magnets from one of his toys. 

Jennifer White, a mother from Wisconsin, posted on Facebook that her son Beck, 4, had swallowed ’13 tiny magnets’ after breaking open what appears to be  a Magformers tile toy.

‘He has finished with surgery they had to remove part of his colon, intestines and appendix,’ Jennifer updated after taking her son to Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee. ‘The magnets created holes and infection in his intestines.’

When Jennifer White first noticed her son was ill, she had thought her son had caught the flu, according to <a target="_blank" class="class" rel="nofol

31 Dec 18
Nachrichten Welt

[ad_1] Ein Junge musste einen Teil seines Dickdarms entfernen lassen, nachdem er sich schwer verletzt hatte, als er Magneten aus einem seiner Spielzeuge schluckte. Jennifer White, eine Mutter aus Wisconsin, veröffentlichte auf Facebook, dass ihr Sohn Beck, '4 winzige Magneten', nach dem Aufbrechen eines scheinbaren Magformers-Kachelspielzeugs, "13 winzige Magneten" verschluckt hatte. "Er hat die Operation […]

30 Dec 18
24.Storycle

A boy had to remove a part of his colon after being seriously injured when he swallowed magnets from one of his toys. Jennifer White, a Wisconsin mother, has posted on Facebook that her son Beck, 4, has swallowed "small magnets" after opening what appears to be a Magformers card toy. "He ended up with […]

26 Dec 18
her track of existence

Tanggal 25 libur kejepit, pengennya sih liburan ke mana gitu sama keluarga, apa daya tabungan tiada sisa karena abis renov rumah, hahaha. Anyway, suami juga dinas luar sih tanggal 26 nya. Jadi kami putuskan tanggal 25 ini kami mau berfamily time dengan mengajak anak-anak main di playground. Melihat cuaca yang tidak menentu dan angin yang […]