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10 Smart Routes to Bicycle SafetyThese ten tips for bicycle safety are intended for use by children, parents, and the general public. The information is presented as a public service by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrat... Details >National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, U.S. Department of TransportationA Consumer's Guide to Bicycle Helmets This article discusses bicycle helmets and how and when they can be used to prevent head injury if you have a spill on your bicycle. Includes statistics on rider crashes.... Details >Bicycle Helmet Safety InstituteA Safe Home is No Accident: A Checklist for your Family Take a few moments right now to check if your home is accident prone. This convenient list will help you locate potential hazards.... Details >Easter Seals National HeadquartersAvoiding Household Burns More than two million Americans suffer burn injuries each year, and about 70,000 of them require admission to the hospital. Learn the steps you can take to protect your family and avoid a trip to the ... Details >American College of Emergency PhysiciansBicycle Safety Bike riding is a lot of fun, but accidents happen. Every year, about 176,000 kids go to the emergency department because of bike accident injuries. Some simple rules can keep you safe on two wheels. L... Details >Nemours FoundationBoating Safety Campaign This site provides information about the campaign resources to increase awareness about the importance of wearing life jackets while on the water. Working with partner organizations such as the Nation... Details >National Safe Boating CouncilBoating Safety Courses There are many boating safety courses offered throughout the country. Visit this site for a summary of where you might be able to take some courses.... Details >National Safe Boating CouncilBurn Injuries: Prepare, Prevent, Respond Fire kills for than 600 children ages 14 and under each year and injures about 3,400 more; nearly 50 percent of children who are injured are under the age of 5. Shriners Hospitals for Children and the... Details >Shriners Hospitals for ChildrenConsumer Product Safety Commission Kids PageThis kids' page features brainteasers and tips on home safety, product safety, and bicycle safety.... Details >U.S. Consumer Product Safety CommissionDriving Skills in Older Adults Advice for older adults about how to decide if they still have the skills needed to drive safely.... Details >American Academy of Family Physicians
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