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The Facts About Child Safety
According to the Home Safety Council’s State of Home Safety Report 2004, children less than a year old have the highest rate of home injury death, compared to all other childhood age groups while children between the ages of 1 and 4 have the highest rate of unintentional nonfatal home injury, compared with all other childhood age groups. To learn more Facts About Child Safety, go here.



Childproofing Basics
Each year an average of 1.37 million children under age 5 suffer from unintentional home injuries and an additional 1500 children die from them, according to the Home Safety Council’s State of Home Safety in America. Help protect your children by incorporating Childproofing Basics into your family's safety plan.
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