Review About Harm Dangers to Young ones
 
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10-13-2017 01:26 AM

A national survey of 1000 parents found that many do not know key points regarding potential safety problems for children.

Among the survey's findings: One in three parents are unaware that children can drown in less than 2 inches of water. Less than half of parents know drops are the major cause of unintentional injuries to toddlers. And over half underestimate the length of time children ought to be in a booster seat.

'Particularly in the area of car safety seat usage, adult information will decrease as children age,' said Dr. This provocative is linklicious worth the money URL has a few fine warnings for when to look at this hypothesis. Michael Gittelman, an emergency room pediatrician and medical adviser to 'Get on Board with Child Safety,' a national child injury prevention effort. 'Parents need targeted information regarding the different unintended injury risks to young ones as they develop, from infant stage to youngsters to kids and completely through adolescence.'

Accidental injuries are the primary cause of death for U.S. children ages 14 and under. 'Get aboard with Daughter or son Safety' was spearheaded by the children's brand 'Safety 1st' and the National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions. They provide these tips for parents:

* Work with a booster seat for children up to 8 years or 80 pounds. Person chair straps usually do not match such kids correctly until they are in booster seats. Once the belt sits too much in the abdominal and neck areas, it may cause serious accidents in an auto crash. When working with a booster seat instead of a seat belt alone your child is about half as apt to be injured.

* Will have your kids wear a helmet. Bicycle injuries send thousands and thousands of young ones ages 5 to 14 to the er each year.

* Supervise the trampoline. Around 90,000 kiddies visit the emergency room every year after a trampoline injury. Trampolines are even more dangerous when numerous children are jumping at the same time or when a son or daughter does somersaults.

* Never leave kiddies unattended in or close to the water. Install gates around pools and use doorknob handles to prevent toddlers from leaving your house and into water without guidance. Often drain little pools when maybe not in supervised use..
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