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September 2016

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high chair safety

Child Safety Tips for Using High Chairs

High chair accidents usually occur when the child stands in the seat. Other ways children injure themselves in high chairs are by kicking it over when they push their feet against the table or other nearby furniture and by reaching for sharp or hot items on the table. They may also hurt themselves by pulling on the tablecloth. Common injuries that occur from high chair accidents include concussions, bruises, cuts, and neck injuries. Fortunately, it's easy to prevent high chair accidents when you implement the following guidelines for safely using high chairs: Use the Harness System That Comes with the High Chair Your...

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water safety

Pool Safety: Keeping Baby Safe Around the Pool

Infants frequently love pools which is why we need to be concerned about pool safety. They are really big bathtubs to splash in! And it is good to familiarize them with pools as a way of easing them into swimming and all its benefits such as the exercise, the chance for socialization, and the good clean fun that children can have from it. The problem is that infants can't swim; they lack hand-eye coordination and swimming technique. Then, too, there is all that slippery surface, made wet by dripping bodies and splashing children. Pools may look placid, but there is an...

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