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How did we ever survive in the 60s and 70s? Our dressers and TVs weren't anchored to the wall, our jewelry was made of lead, our cribs had drop sides...we didn't even have car seats! It's a wonder any of us made it to adulthood.
Maybe our parents just...I don't know...WATCHED us?
Most of these precautions make sense, but I take issue with the byline that says "Avoiding Every Danger".
There is no such thing in life as avoiding every danger, and those who attempt to do so become paranoid and obsessive.
let's revise. 10 most dangerous products for children:
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