Study: Keep Kids In Rear-Facing Seats

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Blow out your first candle. Take your first steps. Look out the front windshield. 

It used to be a rite of passage for children. When they hit their first birthday, their parents could turn their car seats around, from the rear-facing to the forward-facing position.

But a new recommendation urges parents to wait another year, until their children are 2 years old or reach the suggested height and weight posted on the seat, before turning the car seats.

Local pediatricians and child safety advocates already are spreading the word.

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