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When it comes to home safety, we may be more aware of dangerous objects like knives or other sharp objects. We must be even more prudent if there are young children at home. As they are very curious, they could be interested in almost everything they can find in the house.
Furthermore, we may not be as aware and careful with the dangers posed by common household items and consumer products. Certain things (e.g. medication, cleaning products, alcohol and pesticides) can be dangerous if mishandled and must be kept out of children’s reach to ensure child safety.
Here are some tips to help you create a safe environment for your child:
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The Health Promotion Board (HPB) conducts annual school health visits to provide free health screening and immunisation services. HPB also conducts health education and health promotion programmes on lifestyle practices. HPB’s Student Health Centre, which generally provides preventive and screening services, follows up children referred from the school visits above.
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