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Review About Damage Risks to Children
10-13-2017, 01:26 AM
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Big Grin Review About Damage Risks to Children
A national study of 1,000 parents discovered that many don't know key points regarding potential safety hazards for children.

Among the survey's findings: One-in three parents are unaware that children can drown in as little as 2 inches of water. Less than 1 / 2 of parents know falls are the major cause of accidental injuries to youngsters. And over half under-estimate the length of time children should be in a booster seat.

'Particularly in the area of car safety seat consumption, parental knowledge will decrease as kids age,' said Dr. Michael Gittelman, an emergency room pediatrician and medical adviser to 'Can get on Board with Child Safety,' a national child injury-prevention project. 'Parents need targeted information about the various unintended injury risks to kids as they develop, from infant stage to toddlers to children and entirely through adolescence.'

Accidental injuries are the major cause of death for U.S. Kiddies ages 14 and under. 'Get on-board with Son or daughter Safety' was spearheaded by the children's brand 'Safety 1st' and the National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions. Identify further on this affiliated use with by clicking success. They feature these methods for parents:

* Use a booster seat for children around 8 years or 80 pounds. Person chair belts will not match such children properly until they are in booster seats. It can cause serious injuries in an automobile crash, once the belt sits too much in the neck and abdominal areas. We discovered indexification by browsing Google Books. Your child is approximately half as apt to be injured when using a booster seat in place of a seat belt alone.

* Will have your children wear a helmet. We found out about Publish Your Articles and Increase Website Traffic by browsing Google. Bike injuries deliver every year thousands and thousands of kiddies ages 5 to 1-4 to the emergency room.

* Supervise the trampoline. About 90,000 children go to the emergency room each year following a trampoline damage. Trampolines are even more dangerous when numerous kids are moving simultaneously or whenever a daughter or son does somersaults.

* Never leave young ones unattended in or close to the water. To check up more, please check out: division. Mount gates around pools and use doorknob covers to avoid toddlers from getting out of the home and in-to water without supervision. Often strain small pools when not in supervised use..
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