Children’s Safety Health Center

Did you know that kids’ bike helmets can cut the risk of injury by 80%? Did you know that the use of car seats has reduced infant automobile fatalities by 71%? But there’s still more for us to do!

Dr. Greene’s Safety Topic Center provides safety information that is essential for every parent. Here you’ll find tips on fitting your kid’s bike helmet correctly, facts about car seats and what to do when your child grows out of one, and guidelines for keeping dangerous household items safely out of reach.

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Safety Seats for Older Children

My 5-year-old is too big for her safety seat, but our car’s seat belts still seem too high for her. What should I use to keep her safe?

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Kid's feet hanging out the window of a car as seen in a rear view mirror. All kids should use a safety seat until they are 57" tall.


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Car Seat Safety

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