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    Choking Hazards: Children & Toddlers
    The exploratory nature of babies involves a lot of saliva-covered cuteness and mouthing is the best most straightforward technique to do this. Parents must always be aware of what their children put into their mouths as choking and all its hazards are an ever present and constant threat. Mouthing as it’s referred to, isn’t a ...
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    Practical Parenting: Injury Prevention Tips
    As a parent, you want to keep your child as safe as possible. By exercising a little foresight, you will be able to prevent foreseeable injuries and accidents. Below are some tips for preventing the seven common injuries. Fall & Tumbles Do not put baby in a sarong hammock suspended by a spring (the buai ...
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    Prevent The 7 Common Childhood Accidents
    All children are fragile and vulnerable – perhaps even prone – to injury. As infants, they are incapable of warding off danger. As lively toddlers and pre-schoolers, their incessant quest for fun and exploration can get them into serious trouble. As a parent, you might wish you could protect your child forever. But this is ...
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    "Mommy, I'm Hurting"
    Ten-year-old Liza (not her real name) dreads going home from school. She often ends up with bruises for not helping out fast enough at home or not finishing her homework on time. Her parents argue that they are merely disciplining her. But does a ten-year-old child deserve such harsh punishment? Is this really discipline … ...