September is Baby Safety Month!

Keeping Baby Safe

From safe sleep environments to choosing–and properly using–the best products for your child, it’s important that parents stay up-to-date on how to keep their child safe.

“What makes the topic of childhood injuries so important is that the result of an injury can range from a mild ailment to death in some cases,” says Dr. Ashanti W. Woods, who is an attending pediatrician at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore.

However, Dr. Woods recommends that, instead of panicking, parents need to be prepared. “What is most important to remember is that injuries are often preventable,” Dr. Woods says.

To learn about the ways in which you can keep your baby safe, click here or watch the video below:

To make sure your child is getting the proper care they need, call 1-877-809-5092 to schedule with one of our caring providers.

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