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This Month is Holiday Toys and Eye Safety Month

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The holidays are rapidly approaching and that means toys and presents. Adoring parents love treating the little ones to the coolest toys for the holiday season.
It is necessary for family members to learn and relay to others some guidelines when it comes to toys and eye safety. Injuries with unsafe toys can take place, occasionally resulting in damaged eyes.

Below are some tips to guard children from toy related harm:

  1. When purchasing a gift, confirm that it is age appropriate. Be careful not to permit small siblings to handle toys and games intended for older brothers or sisters.
  2. Demonstrate to children the proper way to play with new toys and games. Prior to play, carefully look at new toys for sharp or pointed edges.
  3. Don't let small kids play without supervision.
  4. Promote eye safety by discarding toy or games that have pointed tips or catapult launchers.

Before you dish out the toy that your child really wants, spend some time to check eye safety tips for toys. The holidays are a great time for creating special moments with your loved ones, not the doctor on staff at the local ER. Happy Holidays.

 

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