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    Child Car Seats: Keeping your Children Safe
    Children transported in private vehicles are the first and second leading cause of traffic related-death, among children aged 1-4 years old (43.8%) and 5-9 years old (30.2%) respectively. One local study found that 51.4% of children below the age of 6 were seated in the front passenger seat and only a little over 13% were ...
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    Hassle Free Travel with Your Kids
    1. Plan, plan, plan! Destination: Local or overseas? Pick a destination with something for everyone to enjoy. A tour may seem like an easy way to see everything, but take it easy and don’t pack your tour schedule with too many activities especially if you have babies and toddlers with you. The key is to ...
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    Protecting Your Unborn Child
    The trauma of a car crash during pregnancy may lead to premature delivery, miscarriage and complications sustained from blood clots, fractures and internal injuries to organs. All of these can lead to long-term negative consequences for your unborn child. When travelling on the road, whether it is a 30-minute trip or a 5-minute stop at ...
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    Caution! Child In Car
    Did you know that 37% of road traffic injuries involving young passengers aged 19 years and below result in death? Appropriate restraints that secure your child in his seat may save your child’s life and prevent serious injury in the event of a crash. Put babies and young children in car safety seats suitable for ...
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    Child in Car
    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 as safe ...
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    Buckle Up At The Back
    Firstly, never allow children aged 12 years and below, including infants, to ride in the front seat! Front passenger airbags inflate at speed of up to 100km/h in a crash. This can injure or kill a child even in a slow-speed crash. Secondly, child-safety seats at the back are a must. They are an important ...
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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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    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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    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 ...