Rear-facing car seats DO work! Strapping your child in right may save their life, even when they are facing a crash from the back

Rear-facing car seats can protect infants and toddlers from injuries even during rear-impact crashes, new research claims.
Researchers said that when children are strapped in a car seat facing the back of the vehicle, they are protected during rear-end collisions despite facing the direction of the crash.  
It is recommended that children ride in a rear-facing car seat until they turn two years old, and while these seats have been shown to significantly reduce injuries in frontal and side-impact crashes little is known about how effective they are during a rear collision.
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5 April 2018 in Health, Views: 56
Source: Daily Mail

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