Sine the beginning of the month of June several sources are publishing information about the high amount of lead being found by researchers in some Fidget Spinners.

AFF.com is the latest sight to post the warnings for parents saying that research shows spinners made in China are testing positive for dangerous amounts of lead. Overseas quality control standards differ than those in place the U.S. The problem is identifying which spinners come from which manufacturers.

Activist Tamara Rubin has been sharing news online of the testing she has done to several different kinds of fidget spinners, and her results are frightening. If your kids are playing with spinners that have L.E.D. flashing lights, it may be a good idea to have the spinner tested. Click on Tamara's name above to see her video that explains the process.