Guidelines For Grandparents – Product Safety Standards Continue To Evolve

By Laura Nikolovska Program Associate Kids In Danger More than 2 million grandparents have assumed the role of primary caregiver for their grandchildren, and all grandparents at some time care for their grandchildren and occasionally purchase children’s products. Yet a recent study by the United States Census Bureau found that many grandparents do not know…
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Holiday Cooking Safety

The busy holidays make for great times spent with family and loved ones. Many meals will be shared and children enjoy helping with the preparation of those meals. Here are some cooking safety tips to remember to keep your holidays happy: Teach your children to stay a safe distance from hot stoves and appliances. Avoid…
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November Is Child Safety Month

November is Child Safety Month. Follow these 10 safety guidelines from www.momisforever.com to keep your kids safe all year long. 1. Cabinet Locks: Kids can have the latest and greatest toys but they still love and sometimes prefer playing with whatever is in the kitchen cabinets. Stacking bowls, banging pots and pans together and covering…
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Coaching Our Kids To Fewer Injuries

A Report on Youth Sports Safety, a national survey commissioned by Safe Kids Worldwide and Johnson & Johnson, reveals misperceptions and uninformed behaviors are all too common, resulting in overuse injuries, dehydration, concussions or worse. For example: Nine out of 10 parents underestimate the length of time kids should take off from playing any one…
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Child Passenger Safety Week – Car Seats At A Glance

One of the most important jobs you have as a parent is keeping your child safe. Each year thousands of young children are killed or injured in car crashes. Proper use of car seats helps keep children safe. But with so many different car seats on the market, it’s no wonder many parents find this…
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