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  • Eliz Markowitz

    A Surprising Risk for Toddlers on Playground Slides

  • Christine Kern

    How kids break their legs on the slide--by riding on the lap of a parent. Who knew?

  • Contours Baby

    Did you know that children can be at risk for injuries, including broken bones, if they go down a slide on their parent's lap?

  • Kira Mattox

    DONT GO DOWN A SLIDE WITH YOUR CHILD IN YOUR LAP! "This may be one of those counterintuitive cases when a child is safer by himself. If a foot gets caught while the child is sliding alone, he can just stop moving or twist around until it comes free. But when a child is sitting in an adult lap, the force of the adult’s weight behind him ends up breaking his leg."

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