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According to recent reports, there are approximately 2,300 ER visits by children for an accident involving their binky, bottle or sippy cup.
A study in the journal Pediatrics found 66 percent of mouth-related injuries were from baby bottles, pacifiers accounted for 20 percent of the injures and sippy cups were responsible for 14 percent.
Injuries occurred at home, and included cuts to the mouth and face, chipped teeth, and usually occurred when children were running.
Find out how to avoid these injuries, and keep your child’s binky clean, in this edition of “Child Wellness” in the video above.