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What are some safety precautions I should take for my six to nine month old child at home?

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Dr. Cindy Williams
Pediatrics

In brief: Safety

Way too much for 400 letters! Try: http://www.
babycenter.com/0_childproofing-around-the-house_460.bc. Safety and health concerns should also be discussed at your well child visits.

In brief: Safety

Way too much for 400 letters! Try: http://www.
babycenter.com/0_childproofing-around-the-house_460.bc. Safety and health concerns should also be discussed at your well child visits.
Dr. Cindy Williams
Dr. Cindy Williams
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Be cautious

Your baby can fall off a changing table or bed.
Always keep a hand on the infant if you turn away. Pacifiers can be pinned to a garment but should never be worn like a necklace. Any small object within reach will go into baby's mouth. Avoid small toys or toys with small pieces that may break off and become lodged in the throat or lungs.

In brief: Be cautious

Your baby can fall off a changing table or bed.
Always keep a hand on the infant if you turn away. Pacifiers can be pinned to a garment but should never be worn like a necklace. Any small object within reach will go into baby's mouth. Avoid small toys or toys with small pieces that may break off and become lodged in the throat or lungs.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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