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Safety tips for selecting your baby’s pacifier

Safety tips for selecting your baby’s pacifier
News from Times Herald-Record:

A one-piece pacifier reduces the risk of a choking hazard and is also easier to keep clean.ARA Content

Published: 2:00 AM – 06/22/11

Pacifiers can help babies learn how to self-soothe, aid in the development of a calmer infant and provide vital non-nutritive sucking without interfering with breast-feeding.

Here are some important tips to keep in mind when selecting a baby’s pacifier or bringing one home that was provided in the hospital.

– Look for “one-piece” construction. This reduces the risk of the pacifier pieces separating from use or age, which could pose a choking hazard. In addition, this construction makes it easier to keep clean. Multiple-piece pacifiers have nooks and crannies where dirt, germs and lint can get trapped, making it difficult to completely clean or disinfect the pacifier.<…………… continues on Times Herald-Record
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