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Ask a Doctor: Summer safety for kids

9:17 PM, Jun. 17, 2013
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Q: I will be caring for my school-age grandchildren (three active boys) this summer. What can I do to keep them safe and away from the emergency department?

A: During the summer months, hospital emergency departments see an increase in injuries and mishaps. Many of these emergency department visits could have been prevented if proper precautions were taken.

Annually, more than 175,000 kids go to the emergency department because of bike-related injuries. Many of these accidents, especially serious ones, can be prevented if the right protective gear is worn. ...

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