Did you know that three out of every four child car seats in the United States are not used or installed correctly? Or that almost 50 percent of children who are fatally injured in motor vehicle crashes were unrestrained? To address this alarming public health issue and encourage greater safety for child passengers, Toyota and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center have teamed up to launch a national, online education campaign on Causes.com.
Osawa was born on August 16, 1985 and started modeling at the age of 9. She is currently the regular commentator for ‘Sukkiri!!‘ (NTV) and the MC for ‘Doyou Studio Park‘ (NHK). She welcomed her first daughter with husband, comedian Gekidan Hitori back in September of 2011.
Fujitsu today announced the development of "Special Support Smartphone App," an Android OS-based smartphone application that provides lifestyle and educational support to children with developmental disabilities (such as learning disabilities and autism), intellectual disabilities, and other special needs, as well as their guardians and caretakers. Starting today, the new application will be available free of charge for one year.
Nissan kicks off Child Passenger Safety Week by celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Snug Kids™ program, the automotive industry's first child safety seat fit initiative. Since 2002, Nissan has provided parents and caregivers with peace of mind by offering valuable tools and resources to help determine which child safety seats fit properly in Nissan and Infiniti vehicles, as well as tips on how to achieve a secure fit when installing a rear or forward-facing child seat or booster.
"This device offers preschool children with leg disabilities the chance to experience moving about. Once they become interested in moving in this way, they learn to operate it and move around for themselves. The movement assistive device offers them an opportunity to practice, so when they reach school age they can then make a smooth transition to operating an electric wheelchair."
The donations will go to providing the children with special transparent sheets needed to view an eclipse without damaging the eye.
For a fourth fiscal year* in a row, Mazda's partnership with the SOS Children's Villages organisation helped children and young adults across Europe. SOS Children's Villages has given a home and hope to children, young people and the handicapped for more than 60 years in their own culture and religion, in a family-like atmosphere. Seven Mazda national sales companies – Mazda Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and Spain – renewed their commitment a year ago and have supported SOS Children's Villages locally during the last 12 months.
The camera, "Coolpix S30," will be released March 29, 2012, in Japan. There is no manufacturer's suggested retail price, but its retail price is expected to be ¥13,000 (approx US$156).