Parents and guardians should pay close attention to the recent recall of NUK's First Choice glass baby bottles. These bottles were designed for newborn to six-month-old babies and are sold exclusively on Amazon. The popular baby bottle manufacturer has issued a recall due to high lead levels in some of its products.

A report by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) confirmed that the recall is linked to the printed designs on the outside of the Nuk's First Choice glass bottles. It was discovered that some of the bottles contain lead levels that exceed the federal content ban. The bottles were reportedly made specifically for consumers in the UK market.

The CPSC reports roughly 100 bottles were sold in the United States and 77 bottles were sold in Canada. Here's what you should do if you or someone you know have this product.

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