Fire safety from the National Safe Kids Campaign.
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In a recent national study of thrift stores conducted by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, an estimated 69 percent of the stores were selling at least one type of hazardous consumer product. Many of these were children's products.
Government safety experts are asking homeowners to help save children's lives by checking their garage door openers and, if the doors fail to reverse automatically on striking an object, to have the garage door opener repaired or replaced immediately.
ParenTips from pediatrician Marilyn Heins, MD, FAAP
Tell your friends they can get a personal answer to their parenting questions from Dr. Heins and can subscribe to her free parenting newsletter by going to http://www.ParentKidsRight.com.
Commonsense advice, skills and strategies for everyday parenting. Articles range from advice on co-sleeping, discipline, thumbsucking, sibling issues, to single mothers and step families.
List of recalled car seats from the National Highway Traffic Administration.
1. Start Early
Start looking as far in advance as you can. No matter what type of care you are consideringŸ??a child care center or care in someone elseŸ??s homeŸ??finding the right child care option can take some time.
2. Make a Call
Begin your search by calling your local expertsŸ??your child care resource and referral (CCR&R) center. CCR&Rs can give you the facts about child care, and a list of child care options in your area that may meet your needs. In addition to what is in this brochure, make sure to ask your CCR&R these things:
New Parents Network and the Tucson Medical Center Foundation remind fathers-to-be how important it is for their partners to stay away from alcohol, cigarettes and drugs while she is pregnant.
Comprehensive information from WebMD.
Comprehensive list of recalled children's products - not including toys. Includes pacifiers, clothing, cribs, etc.