Protecting kids around medicine.
Kids love cars, and when they see a parked car, they don’t even think about the possibility of getting hurt or seriously injured.
Kids who have outgrown their car seats are not quite ready for a seat belt alone – although they might try to convince you otherwise.
With active supervision and some basic safety tips, every day at the playground can be a walk in the park.
Participation in sports offers tremendous social, emotional and physical benefits for children
Let’s see, there’s “Click it or Ticket!” “No Belt, No Brains,” and “What’s Holding You Back?”
Engineers are working hard to ensure that cars and car seats are designed to keep kids as safe as possible.
Few teens and preteens ever think about the rules of the road or how to drive safely until they’re just about to start driving.
One mom’s constant reminder about the dangers of TV tip-overs.
I love the snow, and even when it falls after the holidays, it still makes me think of one of my favorite holiday songs.
Protecting your children from the potential risk of TV and furniture tip-overs is another important part of keeping them safe.
Share this life-saving information with caregivers, friends, family members and sitters. It only takes a minute and could save a life.