Almost at every birthday party, balloons always spoils a good little children who areblown or not. But as it is considered dangerous, the UK has recently banned childrenunder 8 years playing balloons without supervision.
Balloons, especially those made ??of latex rubber are reported often swallowed by young children. Whether or cutouts that have not blown a balloon that has been erupting, if ingested will be very dangerous because it can clog the airways in children.
Therefore, in a recent regulation, the British government banned balloons parents give toys to children under age 8 unattended. A similar ban imposed on the number of toysand knick-knacks that are very popular for small children.
Whistle blowers, for example, if the whistle is blown to be elongated, also should not becarelessly given to the children. Even the higher age limit which is 14 years, while forsmaller children should be supervised by a parent.
According to the rule, soft-stuffed toys are made ??of soft material such as wool or velvetsaid to be safe for a child only if the material can be washed again as often as possible.During this time, a toy like that can easily be damaged if washed so rarely cleaned andeasily transmit germs.
“The toy balloon as a means for children to play and can petrify them to growindependently, not depending on anyone else. The ban will limit the experience,” said Prof. Ferudi as quoted by the Telegraph.
Commenting on the variety of the ban, growth and development experts from theUniversity of Kent, Prof Frank Furedi judge it too much. Too little kids’ lives would limithis chances to experiment, learn and have fun.
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