Babycare Health and Wellness

Prevent choking! Watch outs: Coins, latex balloons & more...

Hina Srivastava
1 to 3 years

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Prevent choking Watch outs Coins latex balloons more

So your precious baby has started crawling –congratulations!Now it’s time for you to childproof your home as much as possible, to prevent any potential hazards to your curious little one. Babies discover the world around them by sight, touch and taste –and before you know it they’ll be putting the next interesting object they see into their tiny mouths – causing them to choke. Often we don’t even realise that a particular object might be a potential choking hazard for our baby! Our Proparent blogger Hina Pant shares some prospective choking hazards we all have in our homes, and how to avoid a potential disaster– • Common food items such as nuts, berries, hard candies, etc. • Latex balloons • Age-inappropriate toys • Buttons or coins • Talcum powder Read on for more and keep your baby safe on his/her journey of discovery…


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Aishwarya

| Aug 06, 2017

Add a little bit of mishri that is rock candy in the water it sweetens the water which attracts the kid. Once he gets into the habit then remove the mishri. Hope it helps.

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Kanchan U

| Jul 29, 2017

my son is 2. 1 year old... but he doesn't have water... I have tried water sipper,bottle, glass but says no to water everytime... bcoz of this he is racing constupation sometimes... kindly suggest what should I do

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Roopa S

| Jul 29, 2017

thank you so much for the relevent information

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puloma pandey

| Jul 28, 2017

Thanks for the relevant information, very useful blog.

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Swapna Rajesh

| Jul 28, 2017

thanq u so much... very nice

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Sharvari Kanade

| Jul 22, 2017

useful advice

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Kanchan U

| Jul 22, 2017

very nice advice thank you

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Viju Chavan

| Jul 22, 2017

can you share some techniques to handle such situations if kids choke something. imidiatly what action has to taken

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Sandhya Gupta

| Jul 22, 2017

Thanks for advise

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Swathi Alapati

| Jul 22, 2017

use full for us

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Chris Tina

| Jul 22, 2017

very useful advice

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