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Whether you're bathing your baby in the sink or splashing around with your toddler in the bathtub, water is great fun for kids. But it's also a place where safety must come first.
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Protecting kids from the potential risk of tip-overs by making sure furniture and TVs are secured is an important way to help keep them safe.
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Buy the right toys for your child’s age and skill level, and check often to make sure your child’s toys have not been recalled.
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By following a few simple tips, you can create a safer sleeping environment for your baby.
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Store all household products out of children’s sight and reach, and install child safety locks on cabinets where you have stored poisonous items. These and other safety tips will help keep your child safety from accidental poisonings.
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Make sure that all medications, including vitamins, are stored out of reach and out of sight of children. Learn how to prevent accidental poisoning with these safety tips.
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Working smoke alarms reduce the chances of dying in a fire by nearly 50 percent. For the best protection, install smoke alarms on every level of your home, outside every sleeping area, and in each bedroom.
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Most serious falls happen in the home and to kids under 3, but kids of all ages are at risk. Learn how to keep your child safe from fall-related injuries with these safety tips.
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Keep your child safe from things that could choke, suffocate, and strangle him or her by making home and play areas safe and free of hazards by following these safety tips.
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Young children are especially vulnerable to the effects of CO and may show symptoms sooner than a healthy adult. Because of their smaller bodies, children process CO differently than adults and may be more severely affected by it.

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