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Blog Posts in June, 2011

  • Windows Need to be Childproofed

    Posted By Page1Admin || 28-Jun-2011

    While most expectant parents go to great lengths to baby proof and child proof their homes, as children get a little older and more active, one danger that is often overlooked is that of small children falling out of windows, particularly those located on homes' upper levels. Injuries suffered in these falls are severe and at times can be fatal. The saddest cases are those when earlier warnings or ...
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  • Student athletes for education opportunities, Inc., in partnership with the safe concussion outcome, recovery, & education (SCORE) program of the Children's National Medical Center and Howard University's Division of Allied Health Sciences, hosted a city wide conference on the issue of concussion and young athletes. Partner Joseph Cammarata, also President of the Brain Injury Association of ...
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  • Ski and Snowboard the slopes safely - Part 2

    Posted By Page1Admin || 6-Jun-2011

    Here are some other tips to help you stay safe on the slopes: Don't ski alone, ski with a companion who can go get ski patrol in the event of an injury, or stay with the injured party. Carry a cell phone. Most ski areas' ski patrol dispatch desks can be reached or routed through by a 911 call. Wear a helmet. Studies show ski helmets reduce injury and prevent death. Take a ski lesson. Advanced ...
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