Here is a roundup of some newsworthy child injury prevention articles for the month of April:
SafeKids shares a checklist for preventing injuries while children are staying at home.
With more people turning to bike riding to get in some outdoor time and exercise, Consumer Reports shares some tips for bicycling safety.
This article explores the nuances when deciding whether – or not – to bring your child in to the doctor for a visit in this time of COVID-19.
A study from Sweden found that children of parents with mental illness had a higher risk of injury, especially during the first year of life.
Since 2009, youth agricultural workers suffered the most fatalities among all other industries combined, according to the newly released 2020 Childhood Agricultural Injuries Fact Sheet compiled by the National Children’s Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that accidental poisonings increased by 20% in the first few months of this year, believed to be related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Researchers at CHOP and Penn are studying resilience and mental health during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
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