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Child Safety

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How to Protect Your Family From Poor Air Quality

Poor air quality is bad for your health, especially for those most vulnerable because of age or medical conditions.

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Grandparents: Safety First (Fun and Cookies Next!)

Here’s how to keep grandkids safe, so you can concentrate on what really matters: showering them with love and plenty of fun.

Infographic: Drowning Prevention: How to Keep Kids Safe in the Water

Drowning Prevention: How to Keep Kids Safe in the Water

Drowning happens when a child damages their lungs from inhaling too much water. This can happen up to 24 hours after swimming or even bathing.

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The Importance of Proper Medication Disposal

Every year, about 60,000 children ages 5 or younger go to the emergency room after taking medications they shouldn’t have.

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Lead Exposure and Screening: The Basics

Even at very low levels, lead can have big effects on a child’s IQ, nervous system and overall health.

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Should You Swaddle Your Newborn?

Tightly wrapping a newborn baby in a blanket or swaddle is a common practice. But is it safe? Learn why and when swaddling is appropriate.

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Why Are Button Batteries So Dangerous for Children?

Button batteries are more than just a choking hazard for children. If swallowed, they can cause serious injury or death. Learn how to protect your child.

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What Parents Should Know About Fentanyl

It’s more important than ever for parents to talk to their kids about the dangers of fentanyl, as well as other drugs and alcohol.

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