Child Passenger Safety Car Seat
Keeping the children safe while riding in the car is very important. Using the correct car seat and booster seat will help to decrease the risk of serious injury during motor vehicle accident. All children below the age of 2 and most children under the age of 4 should ride in a rear-facing car safety seat. Booster seat should be used when children are under 4 feet 9 inches. Children younger than 13 years should be restrained in the rear seat of the vehicle.
Prevention against Flu
We recommend giving your child flu vaccine every flu season. Vaccination against flu is the only reliable way to prevent your child from flu.
Never leave your baby on any height unattended to prevent fall related injury.
Always secure your swimming pool and never leave your child unattended close to a swimming pool to prevent drowning.
Avoid smoking around the children. Smoking has been associated with respiratory conditions including asthma.
Protect your skin from sunburn by applying sunscreen with an SPF 30 or higher 15 minutes before going outdoor in the sun. Reapply sunscreen every 2 hours, or after swimming or sweating. Follow the direction on the sunscreen bottle.