A reminder for regular mask-wearers and a primer for masking novices
“As kids get bored they start getting into things they shouldn’t be getting into because they have nothing else to do," says Children's Hospital safety expert.
But for now – keep staying at home and helping to flatten the curve.
The cure for "COVID hands" lies in frequent mosturizing. Using shortening from the kitchen is optional.
“During the excitement and distractions of an exciting game or a noisy gathering, it is easy for a quick-moving child to pull over an unsecured television.”
Dogs and cats can't catch or spread human disease and "are a comfort, not a hazard"
Doctors at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt warn parents that such cases are becoming more common. “I feel like we owe it to others to let them know about the possible dangers,” Caiden's dad says.
The majority of emergency room visits can be averted with a call or visit to a pediatrician
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt urges caution in toy selection this holiday season