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Children's Health & Safety Association

Issue 43: July 2018

August 16, 2013 – We knew it was going to happen. It was just a matter of time. There were too many incidences - too many close calls and not enough people in advisory or regulatory positions paying heed. Detergent pods have officially received their first fatal statistic. Michael Williams, a seven-month-old boy from Kissimmee, Florida was taken from a…
August 2, 2013 – Here we go again! The school bells are just about to ring in the new school year! Children will be excited to see their classmates and have so many stories to share about their summer vacations. Smiles and laughter will fill every corner of every schoolyard and shrill voices will be heard from far and wide!…
August 10, 2013 – From a child's perspective, backpacks have to look cool or make a social statement and according to the parent's prerequisites, they have to provide safety from injury and at the same time be very comfortable. The shoulder straps of last year's backpack may need refitting or you may be considering purchasing a new backpack for your…
August 20, 2013 – Nineteen-year-old Lance Corporal Myles Kerr with the United States Marine Corps competed in the five kilometre 'Jeff Drenth Memorial' race in Charlevoix, Michigan on Saturday, July 27th, 2013. Boden Fuchs, a nine-year-old boy, had fallen behind the group he was running with when LCpl. Kerr came running alongside him. According to a post on Facebook, Boden…
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August 18, 2013 – University of Missouri researchers have discovered that fundamental math skills are much more than just the children's ability to count numbers, but an understanding whereby they continually progress and have the ability to transfer their conceptual knowledge to other areas of their lives. Researchers tested first-graders’ 'number system knowledge' to see how well they understood items…
Published in Issue 16
August 1, 2013 – Lack of sleep can be problematic for both parents and children. Parents who are tired and frustrated might not be able to focus on the tasks at hand or think logically in the best interest of their children. Becoming short-tempered can cause even more angst within the family unit. While sleep problems are normal, they cannot…

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