Health Rewind: Olympian Dominique Dawes Tackles Childhood Obesity

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Only One in Four Car Seats Is Properly Installed

A new study found that a mere 25 percent of babies and toddlers are buckled safely into their car seats. Researchers from the University of Cincinnati also found that 98 percent of parents are confident that their car seats are installed correctly and that African-American parents were less informed about car-seat safety. Learn more about car safety here.

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