Health Tip: Supervise Kids Near Cars
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And help prevent an accident
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Allowing kids to play unsupervised in a road or driveway is a recipe for injury.
Safe Kids Worldwide says you can help prevent a tragedy by:
- Walking around your car before you leave to make sure there are no children playing nearby.
- Checking for toys, bikes or pets near your car, which could attract children.
- Holding the hands of small children when you're in a driveway, crossing the road or in a parking lot.
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