Be On The Lookout For Children In Cars

Have you ever wondered if your actions can really make a difference? Last summer, in Huston, a man was walking in the parking lot and spotted a baby crying in a car seat alone in a car. The windows were cracked a few inches and the doors were locked. Fortunately for the baby and his…
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Boating Safety From Safe Kids Grand Forks

Whether it’s in motorboats, sailboats, kayaks or canoes, there’s a good chance most of us will be hanging out in some kind of boat this spring or summer. After all, it’s one of the best ways for family and friends to spend time together and experience the freedom that comes from cruising on lakes, rivers…
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Weather Emergency Safety Tips From Safe Kids Grand Forks

  Blog article provided by Kristen Iden, Safe Kids Worldwide Staff (and self proclaimed “weather nerd”) Every spring, weather nerds like me wait anxiously for cold air from Canada to collide with the warm air rising out of the Gulf of Mexico. And like clockwork, we watch mesocyclones (big thunderstorms to most people) build and…
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When Kids Are At Play, Parents Should Be On Alert

    Spring is officially here, and a trip to the playground is often a go-to activity that both parents and kids enjoy. While the risks and dangers associated with swimming or riding a bike might seem more obvious, Safe Kids Grand Forks reminds parents to not let their guard down when their kids are…
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Childproofing Your Windows

From the moment our babies start to crawl, the world is a magical place filled with new adventures and discoveries. We want to create an environment where kids have the freedom to explore and discover and have fun. That means taking a few precautions around the house to minimize the risk of serious injuries. One…
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