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Children's Health & Safety Association

Issue 43: July 2018

November 25, 2014 – I can find no greater meaning of Christmas than to allow my senses the gift of being witness to the anticipation and excitement through the eyes of a child. Christmas holidays are just around the corner and children with their wide-eyed grins will be bubbling with exhilaration as they anxiously await the wondrous events of this…
November 25, 2014 – When I was but a wee lad my folks had a dozen or so 78 rpm records and one of them was Gene Autry singing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”. We’d play it over and over again, as Christmas drew closer. I loved the lead-in to the song when Gene mentioned each of Santa’s reindeer by name…
Despite your best efforts to choose the safest toys for your children, injuries and accidents can occur. Toys may endure wear and tear over time and could expose your children to potential hazards.Choosing toys carefully will assure that playtime with your children will be fun, educational, and most importantly, safe. By using the safety checklist below, you can prevent toy-related…
November 13, 2014 - Health Canada has submitted, yet again, another warning that toys containing small, powerful magnets are a health risk to children. Recently a three-year-old boy swallowed two magnet rods (2.7 cm long) from a Mega Brands ‘Magnetix Magnetic Building Set’. The child received immediate medical care and did not sustain injuries but it could have gone the…
November 15, 2014 – Everyday, one child in the United States is admitted to hospital for injuries sustained from detergent pods. Despite warnings on the detergent pod packaging, thousands upon thousands of children in North America have suffered from a rapid onset of significant symptoms from profuse vomiting and severe abdominal pain to loss of consciousness and placed on ventilators…
November 25, 2014 – It’s that time of the year to get out scissors, coloured paper, tape and glue – and make mathematical Christmas decorations! Yahoo!! Actually, I intend to mix a little math into traditional folding and cutting activities such as making chain garlands and snowflakes. Parents can work with their youngsters for some of these projects and older…
November 5, 2014 - In 1917, two brothers operating a stationery store in Kansas City, Missouri, had such a profitable Christmas season they ran out of their standard manila paper for wrapping. Needing a replacement rather quickly they searched their supply room and found a stack of fancy French paper typically used to line envelopes.

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