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Baby Safety: New rule bans some infant sleep products

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Inclined sleepers are among the dangerous products to be banned. Reminder: babies are safest sleeping alone, on their back, in a crib.

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Halloween Tips and Tricks for 2020

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Halloween may be different this year, but there is plenty of good information available to help families make it safe and fun for little ones.

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Safe sleep campaign brings awareness to keeping babies safe

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The baby should sleep alone, on his or her back and in a crib, which is the safest place for babies to sleep.

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Creating a safe sleep environment at home for baby

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Governor Doug Ducey has proclaimed October as Safe Sleep Awareness Month in Arizona, which aims to educate families with babies about safe sleep practices.

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Preventing toddler drownings in the home

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The biggest drowning threat to toddler safety is unexpected, unsupervised access to water, which includes toilets, bathtubs and buckets of water.

Keep kids safe from danger of hot cars

Keep children safe from the danger of hot cars

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As temperatures in Arizona heat up, it’s important to understand the lethal danger of leaving a child inside a locked car.

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Be an advocate for safe sleep

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Everyone can be a safe sleep advocate by reminding parents that a safe sleep environment for babies includes alone, on their back and in a crib.

Pediatricians say baby walkers are unsafe

Doctors say baby walkers are not safe, don’t help development

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Baby walkers are advertised as fun for young children, but pediatricians say they’re dangerous.

Car seat safety

New from AAP: ‘Children should ride in a rear-facing car safety seat as long as possible’

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The American Academy of Pediatrics now advises that young kids should ride in a rear-facing car seat as long as possible. This will include almost all children…

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