Consumer advocacy organization Kids in Danger (KID) has issued its annual report on 2013 children’s product recalls and concludes that, while “the number of reported incidents, injuries and deaths prior to a recall are a noted step in the right direction, these numbers are still too high,” and  “[o]nly 10% of 2012 recalled children’s products were successfully corrected, replaced or returned. When manufacturers still have control of a recalled product, in their warehouses or with a retailer, the success rate is higher. But once a product is in consumer hands the success rate plummets.” KID calls for the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and manufacturers to improve the effectiveness of children’s product recalls and suggests that greater use of social media to broadcast recalls could reach “many more affected consumers.”The parents of a 16-month-old child who died in 1998 from the collapse of a recalled portable crib founded KID.