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Citing reported incidents, the FDA said in an advisory that fidget spinners - small, ball-bearing devices that users can rotate between their fingers - might lead to choking incidents.
Just when we thought the fidget spinner craze was ready to die, Hong Kong-based company, (http://chillimobiles.
The company believes their Widget Writer Fidget Pen will help them.
Named Fidget, the German Shepherd is recognised as the country's top canine as he has thwarted a number of crimes and has helped in arresting several suspects.
Fidget spinner continues to be a popular toy among children and even some adults.
The BBC's Watchdog programme, which aired on Wednesday night, investigated some of the fidget spinners being sold to children across the country.
In a recent report, Russia-24, a state-owned news channel, suggests that fidget spinners are being used by Russian opposition parties in order to recruit young people.
Whirling fidget spinners invaded classrooms across the country this past spring, but with many schools banning them as a distraction, their future as a potential remedy for students with attention difficulties is in doubt.
Fidget spinners are blowing up around the world, but they're not here to stay.
Fidget spinners are small, palm-sized gadgets that have prongs and circular bearings that will spin between on a person's fingers.
Summary: London [UK], June 14 (ANI): Are you one of those who is going crazy for fidget spinners?