Safe homes, safe kids: Preventing TV tipovers

When most parents worry about their children watching television, topics like media violence or negative role models take center stage. Without proper preparation or supervision, however, some children could face a much more direct threat. Every 45 minutes, a child is rushed to the emergency room for injuries stemming from falling or tipping televisions that are not properly secured.

Fortunately, there are some very easy steps to prevent TV-tipping injuries. For tips on how to make your home safer, look at this post on the CHOG blog.

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