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Today in recalls: Pajamagram recalls its "Hoodie Footie" infant and toddler footed pajamas because "The metal snaps that attach the hood to pajamas can come off, posing a choking hazard to young children." Hot Kids recalls its kids' hoodies and jackets with drawstrings in sizes 2 through 12 because "The children's hooded sweatshirts have a drawstring through the hood and/or waist that can pose a strangulation or entrapment hazard to children." Norm Thompson's importer Foria International recalled its men's sherpa shirts because "The shirts fail to meet the federal flammability standard for wearing apparel and pose a risk of burn injury." [CPSC]