Dangerous or toxic toys can still be found on America’s store shelves, according to this year's list of the most hazardous toys.

The 28th annual "Trouble in Toyland" report found that despite recent progress, consumers must still be wary when shopping this holiday season.

The report reveals the results of laboratory testing on toys for toxic chemicals including lead, cadmium and phthalates, all of which can have serious adverse health impacts on the development of children, according to a news release from the U.S. Public Interest Research Group.

The survey also found small toys that pose a choking hazard, extremely loud toys that threaten children’s hearing, and toy magnets that can cause serious injury if swallowed.

The complete list follows:

Toys containing small parts

Princess Wand made by Greenbrier International, sold at Dollar Store for $1

Toys containing small parts with label violations

Bead Kit made by Greenbrier International, sold at Dollar Store for $1

Littlest Pet Shop - #2744 Horse made by Hasbro, sold at Kmart for $3.99

Littlest Pet Shop – Candyswirl Dreams Collection #3313 made by Hasbro, sold at Walmart for $4.49

Littlest Pet Shop- Sunil Nevla made by Hasbro, sold at Walmart for $3.99

Littlest Pet Shop-Candyswirl Dreams Collection #3317, sold at Walmart for $4.49

Littlest Pet Shop- Seal and Dolphins made by Hasbro, sold at Kmart for $4.49

Small Ball-Like toys, toy parts, and rounded food toys posing choking hazards

Gobble Gobble Guppies made by Swimways, sold at Kmart for $14.99

Super Play Food Set made by Geoffrey LLC, sold at Toys-R-Us for $19.99

Near-small parts that may pose choking hazards

Fisher-Price Loving Family Outdoor Barbecue made by Mattel, sold at Kmart for $22.99

Balloons marketed to children under 8