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Why a simple balloon can kill a child
Child accidents

Why a simple balloon can kill a child

What child has not played with balloons? They are items that are given away in shopping malls, decorate birthday parties, are improvised water pumps in summer ... In short, they seem like harmless play and decoration items. Well, experts in child safety and even the Spanish Association of Pediatrics in their report & 34; Major Accidents by Ages & 34 ;, includes balloons and balloon pieces as possible causes of choking in children.

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Child accidents

What to do if the child puts an object in the nose

Although it may not seem like it and, especially for older people it is difficult to understand it, children love to put objects up their noses, either by playing or experimenting. The most common objects are foods, such as grains of rice or lentils; or small objects such as stones or small jewelry nuggets, small pieces of toys, paper balls, cotton, among others.
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Child accidents

What do I do if my child put an object in his ears

Children are very curious, and they want to touch and grasp everything. They are so explorers that they get to introduce small objects in the nose, mouth and ears, this being one of the first causes of visits to the emergency. These most common objects are foods such as seeds or grains, cotton, paper, marbles, popcorn, insects, buttons, among others.
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Child accidents

Why not bring your children without a car seat in the car

Despite the fact that traffic accidents are the leading cause of death among children up to fourteen years old, many parents still do not use child restraint seats to ensure the safety of their children in the car or car. Three out of every four child deaths that occur could be prevented if children were securely attached to the chair.
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Child accidents

Why are neck floats not recommended for babies?

If there is one thing that most babies and children like is to play in the water, an activity that can help them in their development, but that should always be done under the supervision of a monitor, in case the child attends. to swimming lessons, or from the parents themselves. However, water can be quite a dangerous place for them and, often due to ignorance, parents choose to incorporate hoses or floats.
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Child accidents

Why glitter can kill a child

How many times do we as children or our children now play at painting or decorating a drawing with glitter, a substance that seems harmless, but is not. Did you know that in Argentina a child died from having accidentally inhaled this material, because it was inserted in a whistle with which he played?
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Child accidents

Why a simple balloon can kill a child

What child has not played with balloons? They are items that are given away in shopping malls, decorate birthday parties, are improvised water pumps in summer ... In short, they seem like harmless play and decoration items. Well, experts in child safety and even the Spanish Association of Pediatrics in their report & 34; Major Accidents by Ages & 34 ;, includes balloons and balloon pieces as possible causes of choking in children.
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