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Child Safety in Cars – The #1 Killer of Children in America

From the first car ride home from the hospital on, parents are responsible for making sure their child is safe during each car trip. For young children, this starts with the proper car seat, but there’s much more to it than just that.

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Child Safety in Cars - The #1 Killer of Children in America

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  1. I’m VERY sad to see this infographic promoting forward-facing seats for babies so young and not even mentioning that children are safer when rear-facing. Comfortable seats can fit your child rear-facing through to 4 or 5 YEARS old, rear facing until a year old is just the bare legal minimum.
    Young children have a disproportionate head-to-body ratio, weak muscles, and non-ossified spines. One of the more common injuries to forward-facing children is called “internal decapitation.” It’s as awful as it sounds.
    PLEASE look up APA recommendations, car crash tests, and reliable sources and choose the safest possible for your child!

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