Lea Industries recalled approximately 60,000 children's beds because the side rails can break and the beds can collapse, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission www.cpsc.gov.

Thirty-four different models of wooden bunk, loft and panel beds are involved. There have been 22 reports of incidents including the injury of a 6-year-old girl who was hurt when the top bunk collapsed on her. The beds were sold from Aug. 2008 through March 2013 at furniture stores nationwide.

Owners should contact Lea Industries www.leeindustries.com for replacement rails.

Avon recalls plastic popcorn makers

Avon recalled nearly 55,000 plastic popcorn makers in order to provide new instructions on how to use it.

When cooked too long, the popcorn can overheat and the maker can ignite. Two fires have been reported.

Avon sold the popcorn poppers from October 2012 through February 2013. Owners should contact their Avon representative.

Optimus Infrared Quartz Radiant heaters recalled

Two models of Optimus Infrared Quartz Radiant heaters have been recalled due to a fire hazard.

The model numbers are H-5210 and H-5211. These models were sold at various retailers, including Family Dollar and Walmart.com. Customers should contact Optimus.

Another Optimus heater, the Tower Quartz model H-5232, sold only at Family Dollar was also recalled because it can overheat and start a fire. Those customers should contact Family Dollar.

Louisville Slugger softball bats are recalled

And 13,000 softball bats are called out at the plate, recalled because they can break and cause an injury.

Louisville Slugger is recalling all OneX models because the barrel can separate from the handle while the batter is swinging it.

The bats were sold at sporting good stores and directly to competitive teams since May 2012.  For more information: www.slugger.com.