Accidents involving children happen. The good news is that most of these accidents can be prevented by proper childproofing and preparation. According to the
National Safe Kids Campaign, accidents disable and kill more children than disease, drugs and kidnapping combined. It’s important to childproof your home early and to make adjustments as they get bigger and become more active and mobile.
Julie Holland, MD, pediatrician at NorthShore shares a few key tips for childproofing your home:
What have you done to childproof your home? What other child safety tips would you like to learn more about?
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