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Top 5 Baby Hazards in Your Home. Created: 03/18/2014. Last Updated: 03/18/2014. Share on: Pregnancy involves a lot of planning, from what to wear, to how to raise your child, to what you’ll need for the nursery. While you’re getting ready to welcome your baby into the world, you should also be making sure that your home is a safe environment.
12 Surprisingly Common Child Safety Dangers Found Around Homes Fireplaces. A roaring fire is always a no-kid zone, but a fireplace can remain hot long after the last ember flickers Outlets. Every year, 2,850 children experience shocks or burns from electrical outlets, and nearly one-third of.
Some of the most serious hazards aren’t outdoors—they’re hiding in plain sight in even the most safety-minded households. Learn which unexpected items are risky, and take steps to avoid an accident. Airway obstruction, which includes choking, suffocation and strangulation, is a leading cause of injuries in children under one year of age and continues to be significant through age four.
Soft bedding, pieces of food, small objects and blind cord loops are some of the major hazards. The Danger: Bath seats and rings help a baby sit up in the tub, but they can be a drowning hazard if you leave babies alone for even a few seconds. The suction cups on the bottom can suddenly.
Hazard: Tub tricks. Your baby, eager to practice standing, tries to do it in the tub. How can you get him to stay safely seated?
Safety solutions: Possibly the best way to make bath time safe is to keep your baby entertained. “Have a variety of toys within reach,” suggests Michelle, mom to 8-month-old Lauren. Perchlorate in Baby Formula. Poisoning. Prenatal Infections: Protect Your Unborn Baby or Newborn from Infections.
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Water Safety – Injury Prevention. 12 Safety Devices To Protect Your Children. Each year, children are injured by hazards in and around the home. The good news is that the risk of injury can be reduced or prevented by using child-safety devices and reminding older children in the house to re-secure safety devices after disabling them.
Stairs and doorways. Keep your wobbly walking tot away from stairways by installing sturdy hardware-mounted safety gates at the top of the stairs and at the bottom (consider putting the lower gate three steps from the bottom, so your child has a small area to practice stair-climbing skills). Seal off high-hazard rooms such as the bathroom (which contains water dangers and electrical appliances. And before your baby gets mobile, find out when and where to install child safety gates and which types are best. Kids explore the world first by putting things in their mouth, and then by dipping into purses, drawers, and cabinets.
To prevent accidental poisoning, take steps to poison-proof your home.
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