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Focus on Holiday Health & Safety
November 2015 | Issue No. 112
The holiday season is a great time to talk about safety—at your home or where you're celebrating. Young children are curious and fearless, and without a reminders, they can easily forget the dangers involved.  Review these holiday health and safety tips covering trees, kitchens, fireplaces, toys, decorations, and more!
P.S. – Kids are more vulnerable to food poisoning, so it’s especially important to teach them not to eat cookie dough containing raw eggs. 
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By: Kathleen Berchelmann, M.D., FAAP
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