“Summer is around the corner. Pediatric emergency medicine doctors share the risky summer activities children should avoid and safety tips for parents: playing with fireworks, go in or around home pools unsupervised, swim in a rough ocean, spend time in the sun without protection, and riding a bike without a helmet. These aren’t the only popular activities that are risky or unsafe for children. TODAY.com reported previously that pediatric emergency medicine also experts caution against these activities year-round: driving ATVs, jumping on trampolines unsupervised, touching unfamiliar pets, riding in the front seat of a car under the age of 13, and going into another home without asking about firearms.”

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