Grilling-out is a staple of American culture, and asking anyone to not barbecue just isn't realistic. By following safety advice from the U.K. National Healthcare Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Fire Prevention Agency and the 100th Air Refueling Wing Safety Office, grilling can be as safe as cooking indoors. Grills should only be lit and supervised by adults, according to the safety office. Keep children away from grills and seek immediate first-aid treatment if someone is hurt.
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