ePUB2 50 Things that Can Kill Your Child and How to Avoid All of Them ePUB2

by Marshall Brain

Every year, approximately 5,000 children between the ages of 0 and 14 die accidentally in the United States. Millions more are injured, maimed or incapacitated. To any parent, these are eye-opening statistics and a big cause for concern.

Imagine how you would feel as a parent if your child died because of a preventable accident. The pain and sense of loss from an event like that is unimaginable.

Parents want their kids to be safe. In fact, parents often go to great lengths to keep their kids safe. But the fact is that all of these deaths and injuries still occur every year. Many of them are preventable.

Why are there so many deaths and injuries? Because, in many cases, parents simply are not aware of the dangers their children face every day. Nor are many parents aware of the simple steps that they can take to neutralize many of these dangers.

Did you know, for example, that a single extra-strength Tylenol capsule may harm your young child? If you drop a capsule on the floor and your toddler picks it up and eats it, your child is in danger.

Did you know that there are nearly 5 million dog bites in the United States every year, and about half of those bites happen to children? That almost 1 million of those bites require medical attention and 27,000 require reconstructive surgery? Do you know why dogs are so dangerous to your children?

A cigarette butt picked up off the sidewalk can kill a child if swallowed - are you aware of how dangerous they are or why?

Did you know that your child can die if a balloon pops near her face?

Tylenol, dogs, cigarette butts and balloons - These are all very simple, common things, but you may have no idea how dangerous they are to your children. What you don't know can kill or injure your child. And there are dozens of things that are just as deadly.

Parents are constantly on the lookout and protecting their kids from danger. Parents can see many things that a non-parent would never even notice. But there are many threats lurking in and around your home that you may have never considered. Unfortunately, two things can block parents' best efforts to protect their children.

The first thing is the fact that many of the threats that surround our kids today are invisible. They are not intuitively obvious. Who would guess that a balloon can be deadly? Or a cigarette butt? Parents need a way discover unknown hazards quickly and easily.

The second thing is the people with whom we entrust our children. Teenage babysitters lack a parent's experience. What good is it to protect your child 24-hours-a-day if the babysitter lets your child drown in the bathtub or fall down the stairs? There needs to be a way to bring the people who watch your children – babysitters, friends, grandparents, daycare workers, etc. – to up to speed quickly on the threats that are second-nature to you.

This book helps you to solve both of these problems. By reading this book you can quickly learn about hidden hazards that you may have never thought about and start protecting your children. Then you can ask babysitters, grandparents, friends, daycare workers and so on to read this book and learn about the many ways that children can get into trouble. By taking this extra step, you help protect your children even when you are not there.

Our children are so precious to us. To any parent, a child's safety is the most important thing ever. This book is all about keeping kids safe in today's world. It will help you protect the people in your life who matter most - your children. Here we present an alphabetical list of the often unknown dangers your children face every day.

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PublisherBYG Publishing, Inc.
Release date 03.12.2013
Pages count105
eBook formatKindle Edition, (torrent)En
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