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Don’t sweat it. Drink plenty of water when out in the heat.

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It might seem simple, but getting enough to drink can make a huge difference in the health of your child, especially in the long, hot days of summer. Drinking plenty of water helps prevent muscle cramps, heat exhaustion, and heatstroke. Also, kids can’t handle heat as well as adults can, so it’s really important that kids drink water before, during, and after sports and recreational play. Click here for a handy infographic from Safe Kids Worldwide showing you how much your child should be drinking.


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Map the smoke alarms in your home

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This could take some time, so it will be our primary action for the next two weeks. It is important to know where your smoke detectors are. But based on what you learn about your smoke detectors, you may need to make changes in your home as well. The National Fire Protection Association says alarms should be inside each bedroom, outside each sleeping area, and on every level of the home, including the basement. The association also says you need two kinds of smoke detectors. Photoelectric smoke alarms are best at detecting smoldering fires, like ones started by lit cigarettes. Ionization alarms do better with flaming fires, like kitchen grease fires. And smoke detectors need to be replaced at least every 10 years. So spend the next couple of weeks on these steps:

  • Draw an outline of your home.
  • Go room by room, marking the location of your smoke detectors, the types of smoke detectors you have (photoelectric or ionization), and their expiration dates.
  • Do you need more smoke detectors, or new ones, or different kinds? Make plans to get what you need.
  • If you buy new smoke detectors, install them with these guidelines from the National Fire Protection Association.

For more information on smoke detectors, check out this video from the NFPA.


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