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(HealthDay News) -- Child-proofing your home should keep kids safer when they come for a visit.
The American Academy of Pediatrics offers this advice:
Install smoke detectors throughout your home.
Pet food and pets should be kept away from a young child.
Have fire extinguishers on hand, and create escape plans throughout the home.
Place gates at the top and bottom of stairs.
Install child safety covers on all electrical outlets, or block all outlets with furniture.
Place bumpers or soft covers over furniture with sharp edges.
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