Heavy TVs: A danger to toddlers

November 1998
Mothering;Nov/Dec98, Issue 91, p45
Reveals that large televisions sitting on dressers or television stands can pose a lethal threat to small children, according to a study published by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Overview on the study; Findings of the study.


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