Keep your child safe from things that could choke, suffocate, and strangle him or her by making home and play areas safe by following these safety tips.
Because of their smaller bodies, children process CO differently than adults and may be more severely affected by it.
Little kids are at risk around steam irons, curling irons, and space heaters. Curb their curiosity by eliminating hazards in the home.
Whether (s)he’s in a backyard swimming pool, at a community center, or in the ocean, always actively watch your child in and around water.
Wearing the appropriate and properly fitted sports gear during practice and games can help avoid minor and serious injuries.
While at play, children generate more heat than adults, but also sweat less, which makes them more susceptible to dehydration. Get the facts. »
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