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Safety issues include taking steps to prevent hazards such as choking, drowning or poisoning. Other good precautions include wearing seatbelts and strapping on helmets when playing certain sports and wearing sunscreen outdoors. Knowing proper first aid and CPR techniques also is key to being prepared for emergencies.

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