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Baby safety expert Debra Holtzman offers this advice to keep your home safe for little ones.

  1. Install smoke alarms on every level of your home and in every sleeping area.
  2. Purchase battery-operated carbon monoxide alarms or plug-in alarms with batter back-up.
  3. Set your water heater to no higher than 120F. Temperatures of 140F can give a child a third-degree burn in just three seconds.
  4. Assemble a disaster kit with enough supplies for a minimum of three days.
  5. Assemble a first aid kit.
  6. Post a list of emergency telephone numbers near every phone in your home.
  7. Keep up-to-date on recalled products by visiting www.recalls.gov.
  8. Enroll in an infant/child CPR and first aid course.
  9. Always use a food thermometer to be sure foods are safely cooked.
  10. Test your home for radon gas.

Check out the Home Safety Council for more information. They have some pretty cool information.

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