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    First Aid
    As parents, the safety of your child is your top priority. Since kids have yet to learn caution, they can be fearless in exploring the world, which is why it is important that you keep a first aid kit at home and know how to use it. Contents of First Aid Kit Bites/Stings/Scratches from animals ...
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    Poison, poison, everywhere
    Poisoning in children can be prevented! Almost any household product and medication meant for adults can be poisonous to children. Be prepared with prevention by anticipating the dangers of poisoning. Here are some potential poisons in the home: Deadly poisons: common chemicals found in your home Medications Many medications look and taste like sweets. In ...
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    Celebrate in Safety
    Travel safely Now that you’re a parent, you have not only your own safety to think of, but that of your children. Some things cannot be avoided, but do what you can to prevent a road accident from harming or killing your child. Safety seats. In case an accident occurs, nothing can keep your children ...
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    Bedroom: a Safe Haven
    Your child spends a large part of his time in his bedroom. So, take steps to ensure that the room is childproof. Ensure that there is an exit/escape route in case of a fire. You should be able to open one indow grille from the inside. Determine an assembly area for your whole family in ...
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    Home, Your Child's Safe Haven
    Parents try to give their children the best they can. They worry endlessly about their nutrition, growth, health, development, education and a million other things. One of the worries highest on parents’ minds is how to keep their children safe from harm. This is a challenging task, as situations that could potentially lead to injuries ...
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    Keeping Your Newborn Safe
    Your newborn is so fragile and vulnerable that you need to protect him from every injury, however small. The home is where baby will spend most of his waking and sleeping time. Here are some tips on how you can make it a safer place for baby’s first few months of life and what to ...
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    Keep Your Preschooler Safe
    In their eagerness to have fun, preschoolers plunge into activities without realising the risks and dangers. As parents, remember that your children must never be left on their own. Always supervise them and leave them in the care of a responsible adult if you are not around. Teach your children rules for safe play. Stop ...
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    Child Safety In The Kitchen
    The kitchen is full of dangers. Learn how to keep your kitchen safe for children. Keep young children out of the kitchen. Keep sharp utensils and appliances out of your child’s reach. Install locks or guards on drawers, cabinets and doors. Install a stove guard to prevent your child from touching flames or hot burners. ...
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    Play Safe, Play Smart
    Toys not only make up a very important part of good childhood memories, they also play a role in aiding a child’s development. However, toy-related injuries can occur. While older children generally know how to use their toys, babies and kids younger than 3 years old may not know how to play with theirs safely. ...
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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 ...