Science Explains How Parents Can Forget Their Child in a Hot Car

It’s easy to judge or assign blame in the case of yet another death of a child that’s been forgotten behind in a locked and hot car, but that doesn’t change the fact that it happens. And will continue to do so.

So far, 21 children have died this year in hot cars in the U.S. alone. Despite warnings from the police and advocacy groups, parents and caregivers continue to leave behind infants and toddlers, somet… (continue reading >>)

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Author: autoevolution (Elena Gorgan)

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