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Health And Safety
All parents worry about their child’s safety and health. From when to call the doctor, to preventing childhood injuries, parents have a lot to think about when it comes to their child’s health and safety.

The three categories of health and safety a majority of parents worry about most are childhood illness, childproofing their homes and preventing accidents and injury.

Although some childhood illness can’t be avoided, routine pediatric care is important in helping to secure your child’s overall health. When your child visits the pediatrician for well child visits, your pediatrician gets to know your child and monitors his health, growth and development.

When it comes to creating a safe environment for children, childproofing your home can increase your child’s safety. Since kids are natural explorers, creating and maintaining an environment is crucial to fostering your child’s development. From preventing accidental poisoning to installing safety gates there is a lot you can do to ensure your child’s safety in the home.

And when out and about you can prevent accidents and injures by taking proper safety precautions. From choosing the proper car seat to ensuring that your child wears a helmet whenever riding her bike a little prevention goes a long way in keeping kids safe.

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