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August 20, 1982 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 20, 1982

Your new baby's first car ride
is an important event — you're
going home from the hospital
together as a new family. Of
course you want to hold your
baby close to you. But think
about this: If your car should
brake suddenly or be involved
to an accident, the most loving
arms in the world would not
be strong enough to keep
the baby from being thrown
forward.
Michigan law now requires
that all children under age I
ride in a restraint seat, and
that all children 4 and under
ride in a restraint when in the
front seat of a car.
For your baby's sake, make
that first car ride -- and every
car ride — a safe one Use an
approved infant restraint seat
whenever you take your baby
out in the car.
Restraint seats make great
baby gifts too!

Sinai Hospital
Has The Answer

For free booklets dealing with pregnancy and
prenatal health, or for more information on
maternalifetal medicine, write to Sinai Hospital
of Detroit, Hospital and Community Relations
Department. 6767 West Outer Drive, Detroit,
Michigan 48235 Or call 493-5500

Mothers and Infants Center

Sinai Hospital of Detroit

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