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US Consumer Product Safety Commission Sep 30
Thank you, Great Baby. Until we meet again
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US Consumer Product Safety Commission Oct 1
Replying to @USCPSC
This was the send off deserved. Thank you, America.
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DK&LFoundation Sep 6
Summer is almost over, still remember to never open your windows more than four inches and to have window locks installed.
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West Bend Mutual Ins Sep 23
Watch this video for some great tips to help you when choosing a childcare facility. 🍼👶💕
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National Domestic Violence Hotline Sep 13
The period immediately following childbirth can be immensely joyful for new parents. For parents with an abusive partner, this time is often a period of escalated stress and danger. Learn more about how you can increase your safety:
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Goldfish Swim School Sep 28
Here are 5 tips parents can take to keep baby safer in and around the water.
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National Domestic Violence Hotline Sep 26
Planning the birth of your child is one task, and trying to plan a safe childbirth while dealing with abuse is even more challenging. You may need to plan extra steps to make sure it all goes well. Read more:
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Exchange Club Sep 5
September is . It began in 1983 as "Expectant Mother's Day." This month-long event increases consumer awareness of safety issues, and the safe selection and use of baby products. Check out and share information from
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Little Cranes Sep 9
It’s Baby Safety Awareness Month. Always remember to strap your child safely into their car seats. The back seat is the safest place for children under 13 years to ride.
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Pool Safely Sep 1
September is and a great reminder to teach kids of all ages how to swim!
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National Domestic Violence Hotline Sep 26
Deciding if and when to have a child with a partner is a big decision. Pregnancy and parenthood cause physical, emotional, financial, and social changes, which can become more challenging when your partner is abusive. Read more: .
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Katz, Kantor, Stonestreet & Buckner Sep 12
Never leave your baby or toddler unattended in a bathtub. It only takes a few seconds for a baby to drown.
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ChildrensHospitalGA Sep 26
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NY State of Health Sep 13
Parents and caregivers play a huge role in protecting their children from injuries in the home. Keep your baby safe by putting electrical outlet covers on all outlets, installing safety gates in front of the stairs & storing cleaning supplies in a locked cabinet.
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Mission Children's Hospital Sep 17
🏥👶🛁Expecting soon? Joni Lisenbee, RN, the nurse manager of Mission Hospital’s Mother/Baby Unit, shares some of the proven advantages of delaying baby’s first bath 👉
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Michelle D Harris - Social Media Sep 10
Replying to @michelledh
Baby Safety Month Newborn Screening Awareness Month National Yoga Awareness Month And more
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Thrive with KP Sep 5
September is . Check out our Baby 101 Guide for tips on how to keep your baby safe and healthy:
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BayCare Sep 1
September is . From swimming to sleeping, learn how to protect children from common injuries.
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Young Living Essential Oils Sep 24
Our Seedlings Baby Wipes are vegan friendly, gentle on the skin, and easy to take anywhere! Where do you use yours? Reply with the emoji that best represents your answer below. 🌲. The park 🚗. On the go 🏠. At home 🙌. Everywhere.
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Furniture Today Sep 5
September is , and the Juvenile Product Manufacturers Assn. has launched a public education campaign that includes potentially lifesaving advice for parents and other caregivers. Get some tips here:
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