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Accidental injuries are a leading cause of death among children ages 14 and younger.
Most accidental injuries happen between May and August. They also are more likely in the evening, when children are less likely to be supervised. Many accidental injuries happen in or around the home.
But you can help keep your children safe. Listed below are articles about safety and injury prevention.
First Aid Kit
Bicycle / In-Line Skating / Skateboarding / Scooter Safety
Water Safety for Parents
Firearm Safety for Parents
Motor Vehicle Safety
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