Preventing Burns in Children
by Mary Calvagna, MS
Burn injuries are reported each year, with a good number occurring in the home. You can take the following simple steps to reduce your child's risk of getting burned:
Eating and Drinking
Electricity and Appliances
American Burn Association
Shriner's Hospital for Children
Canadian Burn Foundation
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