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Car Seats and Newborn Babies (03 Jul 2007)
There are dozens of car seats to choose from when shopping for your baby. Everyone has their own opinion about what's best. However choosing between an infant carrier, convertible car seat or front facing car seat depends more on your needs than the opinions of others.
Important Car Seat Statistics (03 Jul 2007)
Did you know that often well meaning parents install their child's car seat wrongly? In fact, this happens in as many as 80 percent of case. Proper installation and use can mean the difference between life and death for your baby. It's important you check to make sure your baby's carseat is installed and used properly.
How to Choose a Baby Gate (03 Jul 2007)
Once your baby is out of their crib and playpen, you're going to need some way of ensuring their safety. That's why learning how to choose a baby gate can be one of the most important things you'll do while baby-proofing the house.
Child Safety in the Home (03 Jul 2007)
In the 15-year period from 1982 to 1996, the leading cause of death among young children was accidents, poisoning and violence (external causes), which accounted for about 46% of all child deaths.
Keeping Your New Baby Safe (03 Jul 2007)
After all the baby furniture is purchased, you'll have to start thinking of baby safety supplies. Once your baby becomes mobile (and that's in a few short months), battening down the hatches is extre...
Keeping Baby Safe: Your Most Important Role As A Parent (03 Jul 2007)
Saying Thanks, But No Thanks to Used Safety Equipment Once your beautiful bundle of joy arrives, the work of raising your child really begins. The biggest job you have as a parent is keeping your bab...
How to Choose a Car Seat That Meets The Needs of Your Baby (03 Jul 2007)
There are many types of car seats available on the market today. In order to be able to make an informed decision it is best to check out car seat manufacturers
Baby Proof Your Home - Frequently Asked Questions (03 Jul 2007)
Keeping your baby safe at all times is one of your greatest concerns and responsibilities. There is so much to consider and it is very easy to overlook something that might be fairly obvious to some but escape others. Things like covering electrical outlets, putting up baby gates and turning pot handles to the rear of the stove are discussed in this article and is presented in a question and answer format.
Helping Families Find the Right Car Seat for Their Little Travelers (03 Jul 2007)
Providing tips and advice on car seat selection for parents to consider...
Sleep Sacks for a Safer Sleep (03 Jul 2007)
SIDS is the leading cause of death among infants who are one month to one year old. Despite years of research and studies, SIDS is still unpredictable and largely unpreventable. However, research into the causes of SIDS has led doctors to recommend steps parents can take to reduce the risk of SIDS. Find out what you can do to help prevent SIDS.
Baby Safety Checklist - Protecting Your Baby (14 Jun 2007)
There are so many things to think about when bringing home a new baby. Here is a checklist to ensure that your home is baby friendly.
Baby Safety & the Family Dog (14 Jun 2007)
One of the most basic ways parents can help prepare their family dog is to expose them to the baby equipment prior to its use with an actual baby. I advise that Grandparents, Guardians and childcare providers that have dogs also take these simple steps to evaluate their own dog and circumstances.
Baby Car Seats Safety - Frequently Asked Questions (14 Jun 2007)
In this article you will be provided with information about baby car seats and keeping your baby safe while in the car. There are tips for buying new and used baby car seats. Answers to some of the most asked questions about car seats are provided as well.
Baby Dangers New Parents Need to Know About (12 May 2007)
This Spring many new parents will welcome new additions into their family. Prior to taking on this important task, most parents hear and become knowledgeable about common safety precautions like preventing poisoning or selecting the right toys but there are big, hidden dangers that parents need to be aware of. These hidden dangers, by causes not often thought of or addressed, include the potential of suffocation, strangulation, germs and re-breathing which is a proven problem associated with SIDS.
Top 10 Mistakes when Buying a Car Seat (13 Jan 2007)
Car seats are the most important safety feature you need when you want to take your little one for a drive. Because of their importance it's a necessity to find a seat that is the best for your child. Don't go for cheap buys with car seats. It's your babies life that is at stake. Here ten tips to make a better decision when you buy one.
Baby Saftey in Cities (08 Nov 2006)
One of your main concerns as a parent raising a baby in the city is your baby's safety. The city does a wonderful job of offering a wide spectrum of culture and experience that cannot be found anywhere else. However, with that wonderful experience comes a host of possible dangers.
Toddlers and Transgressions (06 Oct 2006)
It is way too easy for someone to get hurt in a mess of toddlers. Even as infants it did not take long before curiosity and varying rates of development saw violations of personal space. At first it was cute and innocent....
Baby Product Recall (06 Oct 2006)
Child product recalls and baby product recalls are more common than we would like to think. Car seats, high chairs, strollers, and numerous other baby products are recalled frequently for different safety problems. Our first instinct when buying a new product for a baby is to tear it out of the box and figure out how to set it up. Stop!
Infant Car Seats (19 Sep 2006)
To escape injury in an accident, you will need to pick a seat suitable for the child's age and weight. They come in three main categories: infant, infant & toddler convertible and booster seats. Statistics show that most seats are installed incorrectly. Once you have purchased a seat make sure to follow the directions for proper installation.
13 Donts on Child Safety (19 Sep 2006)
For years, we have been taught that 13 is an unlucky number: Don't go up to the 13th floor of a building and don't go out on Friday the 13th, our grandmothers used to say. But 13 is also a sacred number due to its secret knowledge, mystery and tangible powers.
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