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Safe Kids descubrió 4 conceptos erróneos que muchos padres tienen acerca del ahogamiento infantil y ofrece consejos.
El ahogamiento sucede rápido y en silencio. Vigile a sus hijos cuando se encuentran dentro del agua y en sus alrededores.
6 cosas que los padres necesitan saber para proteger a sus niños en la piscina. ¿Conoce todos estos consejos?
Baje una tarjeta vigilante del agua y comparta responsablemente la supervición de los niños en y alrededor del agua.
As a new resident of California, one of my first duties was to get a driver's license. This required passing a written knowledge test, which I have not had to do for a very long time!
The good news is that I passed and now have a new permit. And the experience was positive in getting me to focus on the state's traffic safety laws and overall safe driving practices.
Even better news during the test preparation was seeing the attention that the California DMV pays to the issue of children being left alone in vehicles, particularly hot cars.
Today, as I write this, it is 93 degrees here in Washington, DC, and very warm in much of the rest of the country. This Friday, weather.com com says it’s going to be 95 in Kansas City, 98 in Little Rock and 92 in Houston.
We are all looking for ways to keep cool. And many of us are daydreaming about a cool swimming pool.
As the summer goes on, it’s important that we all remember to keep water safety top of mind.
Back to school time was one of my favorite times of the year as a kid. A new teacher, different classmates, a new desk, sometimes a new school. It was like a fresh start.
With all these changes, back to school can be a good time to remind your kids how to walk safely. Whether they’re walking to the bus stop, walking in the parking lot, or walking the entire way to school, all kids are a pedestrian at some point during the school day.
Here are smart tips on how to get children to and from school safely, whether they walk, ride the bus, carpool or bike.
We were in 7th grade when my friend Nicole experienced her first concussion. While playing soccer, another player accidentally kicked a ball at her head, but Nicole didn’t initially realize the severity of her injury and finished the game. When she awoke the next morning, however, her head was pounding and she felt so nauseous that her parents rushed her to the ER. The doctors told her she had suffered a “mild concussion.”