September is Baby Safety Month and no matter where you are on the spectrum of caring for a child, their safety should be top priority. There are many dangers that are present when taking care of a baby. You may be expecting your first child pr simply need a refresher on what dangers may be present and preventable when it comes to your child. Some of the most common baby safety issues are Child Car seats and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) to name a few. Baby safety can be a difficult subject to discuss but certainly necessary in order to prevent unnecessary harm from occurring to your child. In lieu of Baby Safety Month, Durham’s Partnership for Children interviewed Theresa Cromling of Safe Kids Durham County. As a Nurse with 27 years’ experience in the Duke Hospitals ER, Theresa shares some integral safety information that could save your child’s life and influence a safety prevention lifestyle within your home. We encourage you to take a listen to this week’s episode of “Planting Seeds with the Partnership to hear some extremely helpful information that will enhance your perception of baby safety!
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