CHOKING PREVENTION FOR BABIES
Supervise your baby when he or she is eating or playing.
Children under 5 should not eat small, round or hard foods, including pieces of hot dogs, cheese sticks or chunks, hard candy, nuts, grapes, marshmallows or popcorn.
New parents have a million things to do, but learning CPR should be on the top of the list. It will give you tremendous peace of mind – and the more peace of mind you have as a parent, the better.
Before you've settled on the perfect toy, check to make sure there aren't any small parts or other potential choking hazards.
Keep a special eye on small game pieces that may be a choking hazard for young children. While these kinds of games are great for older kids, they can pose a potential danger for younger, curious siblings.
BABY SLEEP SAFETY AND SUFFOCATION PREVENTION
There is nothing more beautiful than a sleeping baby, especially for parents who are often overtired themselves. By following a few simple tips, you can create a safer sleeping environment for your baby.
POOL SAFETY CHECKLIST
6 things parents need to know to keep kids safe at the pool. Do you know all these tips?
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LAUNDRY PACKET SAFETY FOR BABIES
As babies develop, they use sight, taste and touch to explore the world. Liquid laundry packets can be potentially harmful a child gets into them, so parents need to be aware of how to protect babies around liquid laundry packets.
If a child gets into liquid laundry packets, call the Poison Help number immediately: 1-800-222-1222.
Congratulations on your new baby. You're going to be a great parent!
BIKE SAFETY FOR BABIES
Babies around 9 months old are just becoming strong enough to hold up their necks, so it is not recommended that infants younger than 12 months ride in a bicycle seat, trailer, sidecar or any other carrier. However, when they are ready for a free ride, these safety tips can help passengers in a child-trailer or rear-mounted seat enjoy the experience.
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MEDICATION SAFETY FOR BABIES
Many medications for babies and small children look and taste like candy or food. While this might make it easier for little ones to take medicines, it also means parents need to be extra careful to keep medicines up and away when not being used.
FALL PREVENTION FOR BABIES
POISON PREVENTION FOR BABIES
Gradually, your little ones will start crawling and exploring. It's fascinating to watch them discover new things every day. As babies become more and more mobile, they'll begin testing boundaries in wonderful new ways. When it happens, here are a few tips to help make it a safer journey.
Top Safety Tips
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SWIMMING SAFETY for Babies
Youu can start introducing your babies to water when they are about 6 months old.
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