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Published by Sasha Brown 61 months ago in Child Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Kitchen is the heart of a family but this is also one of the most dangerous places in the house. It would be impossible to keep toddler out of the kitchen. So, it is important to make it safe for them. Keeping kitchen area safe from curious toddlers is one challenging task. This article lists out simple and practical steps to minimize accident in the kitchen.
Published by Yovita Siswati 63 months ago in Child Safety | +5 votes | 2 comments
SafeEyes is software that can protect your kids and your family from viewing internet content you do not want to see. There are 35 levels of filtering that you as a parent can custom set. SafeEyes can block pornography, violence, gambling, drugs, dating services and more. The features of SafeEyes include: Filtering of web sites, music sites and video websites. Reports that will log and report searches, instant messages (IM’s) and social networks. SafeEyes will work on a PC and Mac Sa...
Published by Sam Montana 65 months ago in Child Safety | +4 votes | 0 comments
Kids love going to the playground to have fun and use up a bit of energy. Parents need to realize that, while playground equipment has been designed to comply with strict safety measures, there are also a few common sense safety rules they need to teach their children. Swings are often a favorite piece of play equipment in playgrounds, especially with younger children. Parents need to make sure kids understand the potential dangers if swings are not used correctly. Here are a few tips that pare...
Published by Val Mills 68 months ago in Child Safety | +9 votes | 2 comments
Summer time is fun time for families. Sometimes parents avoid taking their children to crowded places, for fear of losing them. By putting a family safety plan into place, these outings can be approached with more confidence. Talk through the following safety procedures with your kids, not just once, but often. Do it every time you go anywhere, so that children always know how to find help if they do get separated from their parents. It's all a matter of being prepared.
Published by Val Mills 68 months ago in Child Safety | +14 votes | 4 comments
So you’ve just moved into your new house and you’re looking to get some furniture for your children. However, you’ve got a few questions regarding the furniture that you are looking to buy. Where’s the best place to buy this furniture? How much should I pay for this furniture? What exactly should I look for when buying children’s furniture? Is some furniture better than others? This article will provide helpful suggestions with answers to these questions and mu...
Published by David Marshall 68 months ago in Child Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Intego Mac Security is a Mac Security software company founded in 1997. They create backup, anti-virus, anti-spam, firewall and data protection software for Mac OS X. In September 2007 Company launched "The Mac Security Blog" which provides article about Mac security issues, security updates as well as about security alerts. Intego currently has offices in Austin, Texas, United States, Paris, France, and Nagano, Japan. All of the Intego products are universal binaries and are available in severa...
Published by Abhay Singh 69 months ago in Child Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Kids Live Safe gives us a new way to think about the unthinkable with state of the art technology that permits parents the control they need to keep child offenders at bay. They have captured resources every parent desires in one easy to use platform. Their reports leave little to be desired, tells all, and permits guardians to take a proactive position against crimes that demolish children. Kids are kept safe when they are armed with information that makes a tough conversation an educational ex...
Published by Tammi Haynes 71 months ago in Child Safety | +2 votes | 0 comments
Children of all ages need the correct car seat for their size and weight. A special needs child with spinal cord problems, autism, or cerebral palsy among others, may require car seats that meet their specific special needs.
Published by Linda Smith 74 months ago in Child Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
Here are helpful tips on how to prevent SIDS.
Published by Julie Diana 78 months ago in Child Safety | +3 votes | 2 comments
Here are helpful tips on how to prevent SIDS.
Published by Julie Diana 230 months ago in Child Safety | +0 votes | 0 comments
The risk of Sudden Infant Death and Suffocation can be reduced if you only take extra precautions while caring for your baby.
Published by Julie Diana 78 months ago in Child Safety | +1 votes | 0 comments
Books for children should have ratings so that the kids will be safe from inappropriate contents.
Published by Felisa Daskeo 79 months ago in Child Safety | +5 votes | 0 comments
Some recent studies have shown that flourescent lighting in the schools can have an adverse effect on how your child learns. Some schools have changed to a more natural lighting system.
Published by Susan Lee 79 months ago in Child Safety | +2 votes | 2 comments
That there are some people in the world who are not below luring small children away from their families and comfort zone and sometimes even hurting them. The book Child Lures by Kenneth Wooden is an invaluable piece of information and a great help in teaching children how to stay safe
Published by Eve Sherrill York 80 months ago in Child Safety | +4 votes | 0 comments
The world is full of dangerous things all around children of all ages. There is an easy way parents, caregivers and teachers can better protect toddlers and preschool children from possible accidents, illnesses or other dangers.
Published by gerrie grimsley 81 months ago in Child Safety | +6 votes | 4 comments
Published by Pearl Wilson 81 months ago in Child Safety | +10 votes | 7 comments
PC Timewatch Promo Code / Discount Coupon Code. PC Timewatch Review. PC Timewatch is a parental control software that manages access to your computer. It is not designed to spy on what your children watch, or invade their "private space," it just controls the times they can access the computer and the length of time they can spend on it. It is easy to use and allows parents to restrict certain programmes so they cannot access them when they log in. Although it is an asset to parents who wo...
Published by Amanda Wilkins 83 months ago in Child Safety | +1 votes | 0 comments
A summer camp is one of the most awaited activities of children and teens. As parents, there are some things your should know when choosing a camp to send your child to.
Published by Athena Goodlight 84 months ago in Child Safety | +3 votes | 1 comments
Children not able to tie their own shoe laces are often in danger of hurting themselves badly. Unless parents have taught their children to tie shoe laces, velcro strap are a far safer option for young children.
Published by Val Mills 84 months ago in Child Safety | +4 votes | 2 comments
Every year accidents kill thousands of people, injure millions more, and destroy buildings, land and valuable possessions. Many of these accidents are caused by people who are careless or by defects in buildings and machines. If a man runs out into a busy street and is hit by a car, his carelessness has caused the accident and no one but he is to blame. But it is different if a ceiling falls on him when he is in a building. The ceiling may have been constructed carelessly or the owner of the bui...
Published by Yanto Yulianto 230 months ago in Child Safety | +2 votes | 2 comments
How to keep your infant and/or children safe in the car. Car seat safety and beyond.
Published by Rae Morvay 85 months ago in Child Safety | +7 votes | 2 comments
NetNanny promo code and coupons. NetNanny review. Net Nanny is a software program for parents/guardians of children to use to control what the child(ren) can do online. Such control extends to things such as: limiting the types of websites that can be visited filtering out content that would be inappropriate for a child blocking games and videos that are rated above the child's age level sending alerts to the parents when the child tries to access inappropriate materials and more Net N...
Published by Megan Sheldon 87 months ago in Child Safety | +2 votes | 0 comments
Here is what is happening on the ground, right now, perhaps in your own child's school playground: “Some days ago, an immature 10 year old was caught in the act of using drugs at school, and has now been threatened with his life because he has dared talk about his experiences, and the source of the illicit materials.” A mother spoke out, revealing the shocking facts about the pervading and pernicious infiltration of dangerous drugs into the school system in her area. Her heart-rending...
Published by Colin Dovey 91 months ago in Child Safety | +17 votes | 6 comments
Strength, flexibility and co-ordination are essential physical skills for children's safety. These kills can be developed through climbing, balancing and swinging.
Published by Val Mills 92 months ago in Child Safety | +10 votes | 1 comments
With the recent medication recalls, how does a parent reduce fever in a child without popular pain or fever medication?
Published by Tere Scott 94 months ago in Child Safety | +10 votes | 1 comments
Teach water survival skills to children from a very young age.
Published by Val Mills 96 months ago in Child Safety | +5 votes | 2 comments
Children need to know how to use scissors before they start school
Published by Val Mills 97 months ago in Child Safety | +6 votes | 4 comments
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