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How can I prevent my child from getting burns?

Burns from scalding water are a very common Emergency Department (ED) injury, so make sure your water heater’s thermostat is set below 120 degrees. And keep curling irons, clothing irons, and steaming cups of coffee out of reach of little ones.

From The Smart Parent's Guide: Getting Your Kids Through Checkups, Illnesses, and Accidents by Jennifer Trachtenberg.

The Smart Parent's Guide: Getting Your Kids Through Checkups, Illnesses, and Accidents

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