Date-Rape Drug Spurs Aqua Dots Recall

Date-Rape Drug Spurs Aqua Dots Recall

Nov. 8, 2007 — More than 4 million Aqua Dabs create kits are being reviewed after two children slipped into a coma and were hospitalized after gulping beads in the Water Dots make packs.

The craft kits permit kids to create different multidimensional designs using little colored dots. The beads combine together when splashed with water.

The Shopper Item Safety Commission (CPSC) exhorts consumers to take the recalled Aqua Specks absent from children promptly.

Within the body, the chemical coating on the beads changes over into the so-called “date-rape drug” GHB, CPSC representative Patty Davis tells WebMD.

The CPSC has gotten two U.S. reports within the last several days of children who became ill and fell into comas after swallowing Water Specks.

One of those children is a 20-month-old boy who gulped several dozen globules. He became bleary eyed and spewed several times before slipping into a comatose state. Since then, he has fully recovered.

The other child, a 4-year-old, heaved and slipped into a comatose state and was hospitalized for five days before recuperating completely, Davis tells WebMD.

The recall applies to all Water Dots models sold nationwide from April 2007 through November 2007 for between $17 and $20. The create kits were made in China and disseminated by Spin Ace of Toronto.

(Did you purchase Water Dots for your kids? How do you’re feeling about this review? Talk about with other parents on the Parenting: Preschoolers and Review Schoolers board.)

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