Safety is the New Cool. So be Smart and Stay Safe as you head back to School!
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Yes, it’s cool to be safe. So let’s talk about a few ways to keep safety on the brain as children head back to school for another year of learning, growing and fun. Check out these tips.

Helmets

So your child wants to ride a bike, skateboard, or maybe even scooter to school?  That’s cool, as long as he/she remembers safety first. So it’s important that they wear the right helmet, (…)

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In recalls of children’s sleepwear, including recent recalls, you’ll see the following line:

“The pajamas fail to meet the federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear posing a risk of burn injury to children.”

What does that line mean for a parent or grandparent buying pajamas for a child?

CPSC enforces a regulation that requires that children’s sleepwear to protect children from burn injuries if they come in contact with a small open flame, such as from matches, (…)

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hood drawstring you should not see on your child's clothes

[post_thumbnail]Look at your child’s jackets, sweatshirts and sweaters. You shouldn’t see for sale, and your child shouldn’t wear, these clothes with dangerous drawstrings.

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It’s August! Do you know what that means? BACK-TO-SCHOOL!

While you’re scrambling to pull together fall clothes and school supplies, and sort through your transportation options, be sure to keep a few safety tips in mind:

1. Many schools are now joining the First Lady’s

Let’s Move Initiative

and/or the

Safe Routes program

to encourage walking or biking to school. Whether you’re part of one of these movements or your child already rides a bike or scooter to school, be sure (…)

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