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Keep Your Holidays Festive and Safe
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2009
The start of the fall season signals a busy time for families, from the kick off of fall sports to the start of the holidays. Following these safety tips will make sure you and your little ones enjoy all the festivities the season has to offer.

State Farm donates $18,500 to CHOC Children?s Child Passenger Safety program
Children Our Everything: February 2009
State Farm insurance donated $18,500 to support CHOC Children?s Child Passenger Safety program and sponsor the CHOC/State Farm Child Passenger Safety Day held in September.

Have A Safe Summer!
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2008
Have you planned a vacation yet? At home or away, pack along these safety tips, advises CHOC Community Education Coordinator Michelle Lubahn.

Older Pools and Spas Pose Entrapment Dangers
Kid's Health (Archive): Spring 2006
Since 1987, more than 147 children nationwide have drowned in pools or spas because long hair or a body part became caught in the strong suction of the drain.

Helmets Are Cheap, Effective - And Required By Law
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2005
It's a sight CHOC neurosurgeon William Loudon, M.D., always hates to see: kids riding on scooters, rollerblades and skateboards without helmets.

Choking Hazard Checklist
Kid's Health (Archive): Summer 2005
Watching a young child make the transition from liquids to solid foods has made more than one parent nervous about the possibility of choking.

Are Your Medicines, Cleansers and Cosmetics Locked Up?
Kid's Health (Archive): Winter 2005
Poisoning is the third-leading cause of injury-related hospitalization in children, and medicines, household cleaning products and cosmetics are the three main culprits.

Celebrate the Holidays Safely
Kid's Health (Archive): Fall 2002
Safety is essential when creating that special holiday magic. Whether you're putting up a Christmas tree, or lighting the Menorah or Kwanzaa candles, these simple precautions can help make your holidays more joyful and safe.

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