Hidden Holiday Hazards
Hidden Holiday Health Hazards
Rearranged Rooms"Maybe there's a heavy lamp that's usually kept out of reach, but then you set up the tree, move the lamp and the cord stretches to an unprotected area where your child could trip," says Alfred Sacchetti, M.D., chief of emergency services at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Camden, New Jersey. If you shift things, crawl around the room to spot any issues from your child's perspective.
An Overstuffed FreezerThe problem: A little kid opens the door for an ice pop, and gets whacked in the head with a clunky casserole dish. Put heavy objects in the back and make sure whatever has the potential to fall out is lightweight.
Grandma's HouseShe may not be as vigilant as you are about childproofing. Do a quick inspection when you arrive.
Video: Tips for avoiding holiday hazards
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