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Safety Seat Debate Continues

by Sue Hubbard, M.D.

With the recent comments by the AAP on the current research that children under the age of two years remain in rear-facing car seats, I have noted a lot of confusion and parental commentary surrounding this recommendation. Although this is currently a recommendation, rather than a law, the studies are showing that the rear facing position is safer, and is especially protective of serious head and neck injuries. Recommendations still vary on a state-to-state basis, and would probably be easier to follow if there were national mandates and a consistent policy. For information on your state go to www.usa.safekids.org.

Many parents with toddlers have already turned their children’s car seats to forward face after their first birthday. Parents have been concerned about the weight limits for rear facing car seats. Most of the convertible car seats (which can rear or forward face) have weight limits of 30

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