The news last week that Mike Tyson’s daughter had been critically injured in an apparent home accident involving a treadmill was sad and any an unpleasant reminder that any child can be killed or hurt due to negligence or dangerous situations that most times can be avoided.
Baby-proofing a home is common sense but as the child grows so must the precautions.
This house map from Discovery Health has some helpful hints to child-proof your home. Rollover and click the images within the home for more details. Do-It-Yourself.com not only tackles interior child-proofing strategies but how to make the surrounding areas around your home such as garages and yards safe.
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