Is there a cell phone or set of car keys that hasn’t made its way into a toddler’s mouth? We didn’t think so. There are simple tips that can help keep children from getting injured as a result of their compulsive need to teethe, suck and drool on everyday objects and toys.Safe Kids Worldwide (2020)
What You’ll Learn
The hazards of choking for children ages 3 years and younger and how to provide parents and caregivers with effective methods to prevent choking injury and death.