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Here’s how to keep grandkids safe, so you can concentrate on what really matters: showering them with love and plenty of fun.
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.
Every year, about 60,000 children ages 5 or younger go to the emergency room after taking medications they shouldn’t have.
Even at very low levels, lead can have big effects on a child’s IQ, nervous system and overall health.
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.
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.
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.
Are you or your kids stressed about starting a new school year? Here’s how you can help prepare your child for the year ahead.