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    Keep your child out of the ER
    Prevent seven common sources of injuries

    Prevent poisoning

    Poisoning is a common cause of accidents around the home. Toddlers are especially vulnerable to poisoning.

    * Keep all medicines and cleaning solutions in a place that children cannot reach.

    * Check your garage for toxic chemicals and remove them from places that children can access.

    * Store cleaning solutions and other household chemicals in their original containers. Don't use juice or milk bottles to store such fluids.

    * Find out if you have any poisonous plants in your home. Call your local Poison Control Center if you need help.

    * Call your physician or a Poison Control Center immediately if you think your child has been poisoned. Do not induce vomiting unless you are specifically advised to do so.

    Prevent burns and fires

    Because they have more sensitive skin than adults, younger children can burn easily. In fact, just 3 seconds of contact with hot tap water (140 F) can lead to third-degree burns. Fires are the other leading source of burn injuries, and 75 percent of these injuries result from fires in the home.

    * Set the thermostat on your water heater to less than 120 F.

    * When bathing or showering a child, carefully test the water temperature first. Move your entire hand through the water for several seconds.

    * Cook foods on the back burners of your stove. Turn pot handles away from the front of the stove.

    * Keep your children away from matches and lighters.

    * Install smoke detectors in every level of your home. Doing so cuts the risk of fire-related death in half. Check smoke detector batteries at least once a year. Replace smoke detectors at least every 10 years.

    Prevent choking

    Children under age 3 have small airways and commonly place small objects in their mouths. Both facts make them especially vulnerable to choking.

    * Keep small, round foods such as grapes, nuts, hotdogs and popcorn away from toddlers.

    * Store safety pins, jewelry, buttons, beads and other small objects safely out of children's reach.

    * Remove drawstrings from children's coats and sweatshirts. Also remove window blind cords that pose a strangulation risk.

    * Make sure toys are age-appropriate for your children.

    * Learn CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation).

    Prevent accidental shootings

    Firearms are found in about one-half of all American households. All parents - whether they own guns or not - should teach children to leave guns alone.

    If you do keep firearms at home:

    * Store guns unloaded. Use trigger locks and other safety features.

    * Keep guns in a locked area out of children's reach.

    * Store ammunition separately from guns.

    In conclusion

    Each year, about 14 million American children under age 15 receive medical care for accidental injuries. Following the above suggestions may keep your child from becoming one of them. is not a comercial or official site. all opinions provided at drugsboat are personal opinions and should not be taken too seriously, but considered. drugsboat holds no responsibility for any negative consequences of it's contents. information is here free for taking, it's visitor's responsibility to use it in a proper way.