Back to School Safety Tips

October 2009
American Jewish Spirit;Fall2009, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p10
The article offers health and safety tips from the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta for children to be safe, strong and in good shape as they go back to school. It advises that for outdoor play, children should wear clothes that are free of drawstrings and fits snugly to avoid getting stuck in a piece of equipment. It instructs parents to teach their children to wash their hands properly and to avoid sharing their drinks, snacks or personal hygiene products with friends to be protected from swine flu.


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