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Children's Safety Products

Children's Safety Products

The use of infant straps and baby carriers (worn by healthcare workers) has led to serious injuries and, in some cases, the death of children in Canada. It can take risks and promote safety

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Your Kids Safety at Home

Your Kids Safety at Home

 Children are naturally curious and cannot easily recognize risks and avoid them. therefore, they need special protection and care. Many injuries can be avoided by closely supervising children and ensuring a safer environment.

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Breastfeeding mothers produce COVID‑19 antibodies

Breastfeeding mothers produce COVID‑19 antibodies

    The COVID-19 pandemic disrupts normal life around the world and affects all areas of life. Pandemics require rapid action, and as new information emerges, synthesis and reasoned treatment guidance are urgently needed. Breastfeeding protects mother and child; The health benefits are compelling and evidence-based. In order to plan and support breastfeeding during the current pandemic, two areas need to be understood: 1) the clinical features of COVID-19 associated with breastfeeding, and 2) the protective nature of breastfeeding, including skin-to-skin practices. - nursing care. . This overview is intended to summarize how to manage breastfeeding during COVID-19.  Recent publications on...

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How pacifiers and thumb and finger affect babies’ teeth and mouths

How pacifiers and thumb and finger affect babies’ teeth and mouths

Babies are born with the innate need and desire to suck. Aside from learning to latch on while breastfeeding, babies will suck whatever is placed into their mouths. Non Nutritive sucking (NNS)—when a baby sucks on a pacifier or digit, whether thumb or otherwise—is a common behavior for babies to self-soothe, fight boredom, and ease sleep. These non nutritive habits, however, have been shown to contribute to malocclusion and other orofacial abnormalities.

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Baby Safety Precautions Every New Parent Must Know

Baby Safety Precautions Every New Parent Must Know

The most common causes of child injuries are falls, road accidents, drowning, poisonings, and burns and scalds. Of course we can’t (and nor should we) protect our little ones from all of life’s normal bumps, bruises, scrapes, and falls that come with being a healthy, active, curious child.

With some practical steps, planning, active supervision, and first-aid training, most of the more serious injuries can be prevented. 

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