By: KDKA-TV News Staff

WASHINGTON (KDKA) – The Boppy Company is recalling more than 3 million newborn loungers due to a suffocation risk for infants.

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The recall includes the original, preferred, and Pottery Barn kids loungers.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has reported eight deaths associated with the item since 2015.

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According to the commission, infants can suffocate if they roll over or move into a position that can obstruct breathing.

“The problem is that it is a very tempting item for babies to sleep on and for parents to let their babies sleep on,” said Rachel Rabkin-Peachman of Consumer Reports.

Parents that own one are being asked to stop using them immediately.

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You can get full details on which exact products, how to return the product, and how to get a refund on the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s website at this link.