Tips to Prevent a Child Hot Car Death from Happening

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The temperature inside a car can increase 20 degrees in just ten minutes and 40 degrees in just an hour. Kids are more prone to heatstroke and their bodies can heat up three times faster than an adult body. What is being done to curb child hot-car tragedies? Neuroscientist and psychologist Dr. David Diamond shares there is a bill in Congress that would require new cars to be outfitted with a child detection system. Plus, Dr. Diamond shares some tips you can use in the car to remind yourself when your baby in the car with you.

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