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Do you and your child know how to use children floatation devices? Floatation devices, such as inflatable arm bands, tubes and Styrofoam bubbles, are a good way to provide support for new swimmers.
Here are a few quick beach safety tips to ensure that your next trip to the beach is as safe as it is enjoyable.
By Kim Simonovitch
Swimming is a healthy form of exercise, but be aware of the water you are swimming in. It might contain bacteria, such as Giardia, Shigella or E. coli, that could make your family ill.
By Christina Elston
How can parents avoid the dangers of pool but still have water that is safe and pleasant to swim in?
By Elece Hollis
Learn how to teach a child to swim by beginning with the basics. Some of the following milestones toward swimming readiness can begin in the tub, as well as in a pool, lake or ocean.
Do you know basic water safety? While most parents are aware of drowning risks, many don't know that drowning is the leading cause of accidental death for kids ages 1 to 4, and the second leading cause for ages 1 to 14.
By Deirdre Wilson
All bodies of water, especially pools, are very dangerous for children.
Parents need to know what swimming pool laws are in effect for their locale whether they take their kids to a public or private swimming pool, use a health spa, maintain a residential pool or travel extensively.
Installing the right types of barriers and constantly supervising kids are just the first steps toward swimming pool and water safety.
By Maeve Rich
Since 1985 there have been more than 150 reported cases of swimming pool drains entrapment, forty of which ended in death. Drain cover failure and broken drains in pools are to blame.
By Elece Hollis
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