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Focus on Gift Giving Safety
December 2015 | Issue No. 113
Our ears provide an important sense, and they are sensitive. If a toy or tech device sounds too loud to you, it is too loud for your child.
Parents, make sure your presents this holiday season support healthy ears. Check out these tips.
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By: Gil Fuld, MD, FAAP
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Government regulations specify that toys for children under age three cannot have parts less than 1 1/4 inches in diameter and 2 1/4 inches long. Get more holiday safety tips here
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