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Remember, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure:
Never leave baby alone on changing table.
Read the label each time you give baby medicine.
Don’t put pillows, large or floppy toys, or loose plastic sheeting
Use only flame-resistant clothing and bedding.
Install safety gates correctly.
Never leave baby alone in tub -- ignore phone calls
Keep all medicines, pills, etc. secure and out of baby’s reach.
Test water with elbow prior to bathing to prevent scalding baby.
All windows should have window guards.
Never leave baby unattended in car.
Plastic bags should be stored well out of baby’s reach.
Always secure baby in an approved car seat.
Test formula temperature on your wrist before feeding baby.
Lock up cleansers, insecticides, and poisonous substances.
Use proper safety belts in high chair.
Keep small sharp objects out of baby’s reach and off the floor.
Never leave children alone with small children or pets.
Clean up spills immediately to prevent falls.
Keep all plants out of baby’s reach.
Cap or cover unused electrical outlets and secure
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