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Keep kids from choking hazards

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Young children are prone to choking. To help prevent choking and its complication, The Nemours Foundation mentions these safety precautions to help reduce youngsters' risk of choking:
• Don't give small children foods such as whole grapes or hot dogs, nuts, raw carrots, popcorn, spoonfuls of peanut butter or candies that are hard or chewy.
• Carefully cut children's food into small bites.
• Keep small toys and household items — including deflated balloons, coins, beads and batteries — away from young children.
• Offer your child only age-appropriate toys.
• Inspect toys to make sure they do not have small parts that can break off.

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