Wellness - Safety/First Aid | 3-18 yrs

First Aid For Common Injuries In Children


Children love to play and are always eager to try out new things. With your little ones constantly running around, there is a huge possibility that accidents may happen.

You cannot always prevent your little one from injuries, but you can use these practical tips to make him feel better. This ClipBook looks at a few such tips and tricks.


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