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child·proof

(chīld'prūf)
Denotes packaging designed to prevent injury to children, refers particularly to medicines and household chemicals.

childproof

Designed to prevent injury to children; used esp. of medicine containers that children cannot open.
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Research conducted by the Home Safety Council shows 95 percent of parents take measures to baby-proof their homes, but 50 percent wait until their children are already crawling, putting little ones at risk from dangers around the house.
In a recent study conducted by the Home Safety Council, 95% of parents said they took measures to baby-proof their homes, but an alarming 50% waited until their children were already crawling, putting these little ones at risk to dangers around the house.
Home Safety Council(R) Launches 'Start Safe' Baby Safety Awareness Campaign Encouraging Parents to Take Simple Steps to Baby-Proof Their Homes
Baby-proof the interior: Look for vehicles with static-, stain- and odor-resistant seat fabric, like YES Essentials(R) fabric available on the Sebring.
Child-Safety Expert Debra Holtzman and Febreze(TM) Scentstories(TM) Offer a Variety of Tips for Continuous Enjoyment of Your Baby-Proof Home
Sandy Jones, Plan for Your Health "Bringing Home Baby" spokesperson and author of Great Expectations: Your All-in-One Resource for Pregnancy and Childbirth says, "Taking the time to baby-proof your benefits is an essential part of pregnancy.