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Results 1 - 10 of 17 for "abuse," child OR scalded "skin," hot water injury OR scar OR "dermatitis," diaper
  1. Treating and Preventing Burns (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... causes of serious burns in children, including sunburn, hot-water scalds, and those due to fire, electrical contact, or chemicals. All of these can cause permanent injury and scarring to the skin. Treatment Your immediate treatment of a burn should ...
  2. Safety for Your Child: 1 to 2 Years (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... Cool When Things Heat Up Changing Table Safety Water Safety for Older ... in Child Abuse Injuries Over 12 Years Healthy Children Radio: Pediatric Trauma ...
  3. Responding to a Choking Emergency (Academic Pediatric Association)  
    ... Stair-Related Injury Trends Show Slight Increase in Child Abuse Injuries Over 12 Years Healthy Children Radio: Magnetic Toys ...
  4. Safety for Your Child: 2 to 4 Years (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... Pesticides: Information for Parents What to Know about Child Abuse Drinking Water from Private Wells (Audio) Insect Repellents Study Identifies ...
  5. Safety for Your Child: Birth to 6 Months (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... a bed or reaching for your cup of hot coffee. Car Injuries Car crashes are a great threat to your child’s life and health. Most injuries and deaths from ...
  6. Difference between Sinusitis and a Cold (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... follow the instructions that came with the humidifier). Hot water vaporizers are not recommended because they can cause scalds or burns. Remember If your child has symptoms of a bacterial sinus infection, see ...
  7. Seasonal Allergies in Children (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... as blankets, every 2 to 3 weeks in hot water to kill the dust mite. Pillows should be replaced every 2 to 3 years. Working With Your Child’s Pediatrician Your child’s allergy and/or asthma treatment ...
  8. Asthma Triggers and What to Do about Them (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... effective things to do are to cover your child’s mattress and pillows with special allergy-proof encasings, wash their bedding in hot water every 1 to 2 weeks, remove stuffed toys ...
  9. Summer Safety Tips - Staying Safe Outdoors (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... nest or congregate, such as stagnant pools of water, uncovered foods and gardens where flowers are in bloom. Avoid dressing your child in clothing with bright colors or flowery prints. To remove a visible stinger from skin, gently back it out by scraping it with ...
  10. Life Jackets and Life Preservers (American Academy of Pediatrics)  
    ... News Books What to Know about Child Abuse Child ... Effective in Reducing Pedestrian Injuries AAP Renews Commitment to Preventing Gun Injuries in ...
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