Checklist: First-Aid Kit Essentials

Having the items you need on hand can make a big difference when an accident or illness occurs. Keep these supplies (except the ice pack) in a locked storage out of your child's reach. Medications must also be stored away from excess humidity(not in the bathroom's medicine cabinet). Make sure that anyone who's watching your child knows where to find the materials and how to use them.

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