More about car safety seats

More about car safety seats.

Nearly three-quarters of American parents situate their children in forward-facing pile seats before it's safe to do so, a new mull over reveals. Guidelines issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend that a rear-facing wheels seat be used until a child is at least 2 years old or has outgrown the weight/height guide of the seat sleeping pills. For the study, University of Michigan researchers compared findings from surveys of American parents conducted about one month after the AAP guidelines were issued in 2011, and again in 2013.

The head measure found that 33 percent of parents of children aged 1 to 4 years had started using forward-facing transport seats when their child was 1-year-old or younger, and only 16 percent waited until age 2 or older to use a forward-facing seat vigrx plus en farmacias de notodden. In the 2013 survey, 24 percent of parents said they turned the install around before their child's first off birthday, and 23 percent waited until age 2 or older to use a forward-facing seat, the investigators found.

And "So we've seen some improvement, with a higher harmony of parents reporting that they are waiting longer to choose the switch to a forward-facing car seat," cram lead author Dr Michelle Macy, of the university's CS Mott Children's Hospital, said in a university copy release. "However, almost one-quarter of parents are turning their children before their before all birthday. And few parents report waiting until that second birthday to make the turn".

Macy said getting parents to "delay the mutation to a forward-facing seat still represents an opportunity to improve passenger safe keeping in the United States". Traffic crashes are a leading cause of death among children younger than 4 years, the research authors noted in the news release. "There are lots of reasons why parents are desirous to change from the rear-facing to forward-facing seat: the perception their children are too large, the desire to interview their children when driving, and a greater ease of removing their children from a forward-facing seat. But delaying the rod can make a big difference natural-breast-success top. In Sweden it is culturally accepted that children up to age 4 are in rear-facing seats and lass traffic fatalities are among the lowest in the world".

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