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For Parents

 

ID Article
1Bicycle Passenger Safety
2Booster Seats and Seat Belt Safety
3Car Passenger Safety: Car Safety Seats
4Discharge Instructions: Giving Your Newborn Vitamin and Iron Supplements
5For Parents: Animal Safety
6For Parents: Gun Safety
7For Parents: Gun Safety Checklist
8For Parents: Helmet Safety
9For Parents: Helmet Safety Checklist
10For Parents: Helping Your Teen Be Active
11For Parents: Helping Your Teen Eat Healthy
12For Parents: Inhaled Asthma Medication for Your Child
13For Parents: Making Your Home Safe
14For Parents: Medications to Control Your Child’s Asthma
15For Parents: Shopping for Healthy Foods for Your Child
16For Parents: Water Safety
17Healthy Foods for the Whole Family
18Healthy Foods On the Go for Your Child
19Helping Your Child Eat Healthy for Life
20Helping Your Child Maintain a Healthy Weight
21Home Fire Safety
22Keeping Children Safe In and Around Cars
23Keeping Children Safe In and Around Water
24Keeping Poison Away from Children
25Lawn Mower Safety for Kids
26Lead Poisoning: Test Your Home and Family
27Making a Fire Safety Action Plan
28Making and Enjoying Meals with Your Child
29Making Your Home Safe for Children
30Managing Your Child’s Pain
31Nutritious Foods and Drinks for Your Child
32Playground Safety
33Responding to a Child’s Poisoning
34Scooter, Skateboard and Inline Skates Safety
35Teaching Children Bicycle Safety
36Teaching Children Pedestrian Safety
37The Dangers of Lead Poisoning
38Tips for Giving Antibiotics to Children
39Tips for Working Parents: Children 3-5 Years
40Tips for Working Parents: Children 5-13 Years
41Tips for Working Parents: Coping on the Job
42Tips for Working Parents: Infants to 3 Years
43Tips for Working Parents: Managing Your Time
44Tips for Working Parents: Saving Time at Home
45Tips for Working Parents: Teenagers
46Toy Safety
47When Your Child Is Eating Less

 
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