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Child Safety Video Reveals the Danger of Furniture and TV Tip-Over





Babies and young children are generally playful. They are extremely curious and they tend to explore their surroundings enthusiastically. However, with this ardent curiosity comes a huge safety risk.

It is not uncommon to witness children do something dangerous, such as climb high trees or eat something that is not supposed to be eaten. According to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, more than one million children under the age of fifteen suffer from home injuries in the United Kingdom, with children aged five and below being more prone to home injuries.

Nearly all accidents that occur at home can be avoided by identifying the risks and applying safety measures accordingly. Yes, it is common sense for parents to make sure that their house is child-friendly, and yes, it is really a prudent practice, but a few reminders won’t really hurt.

The video that you are about to see demonstrates a likely scenario at home, how it can end really wrong, and more importantly, how it can be prevented and make sure that your child is safe.

Watch the informative video:

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It never hurts to use safety precautions at home, especially when your child’s safety is a concern. No matter how careful you are as a parent, there might just be some things that you never thought can ever happen. These valuable tips might just save your child’s life.

Do you have other helpful tips that you can share to other parents? Share them in the comment section below.

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