Health Tip: Keep Kids Safe From Fire and Heat
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Suggestions to prevent burns
(HealthDay News) -- It's important to teach children from a young age the danger of fire. By setting clear and concise fire-safety rules, you will decrease the likelihood of dangerous burns.
TheU.S. Fire Administration offers these suggestions:
- Keep children at least three feet away from anything hot, such as candles,space heaters and stovetops.
- Keep smoking materials locked up in an out-of-reach place, Never leave cigarette lighters or matches where children can reach them.
- Never play with lighters or matches when you are with children.
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