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    June 9, 2024
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Summer Safety Be safe this summer WVU Medicine Children's wants you to enjoy this summer while being as safe as possible! To keep your family's fun in the sun from turning into a trip to the Emergency Department, follow the rules for burn, water, helmet, and sun safety. The WVU Medicine Children's Injury Prevention and Safety Program wants you to remember these safety tips: Use sunscreen with at least a 30 SPF. Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration. Always have an adult present during campfires and stay at least 3 feet away. Leave the firework lighting to the professionals. Wear a proper fitting helmet when riding a bike. Helmets should sit squarely on top of the head and cover the forehead. Make sure it doesn't slide around! Never swim alone. WVU Medicine Learn more about how to keep your child safe in the water by reading the WVU Medicine Children's "Hope & Health blog Children's WVUKids.com Summer Safety Be safe this summer WVU Medicine Children's wants you to enjoy this summer while being as safe as possible ! To keep your family's fun in the sun from turning into a trip to the Emergency Department , follow the rules for burn , water , helmet , and sun safety . The WVU Medicine Children's Injury Prevention and Safety Program wants you to remember these safety tips : Use sunscreen with at least a 30 SPF . Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration . Always have an adult present during campfires and stay at least 3 feet away . Leave the firework lighting to the professionals . Wear a proper fitting helmet when riding a bike . Helmets should sit squarely on top of the head and cover the forehead . Make sure it doesn't slide around ! Never swim alone . WVU Medicine Learn more about how to keep your child safe in the water by reading the WVU Medicine Children's " Hope & Health blog Children's WVUKids.com