Eager to get outside? Go for it! Just take care to limit your risks.
You won't get it perfect, but there is much you can do to improve child safety at home and on the road.
It can help protect the most vulnerable from sickness, infectious disease specialists say.
An injury prevention nurse shares her top tips for making sure your relaxation time is safe.
A good night of solid rest will make days spent at home all the more tolerable.
Face-up sleeping and a toy-free crib—just two of many ways to shape the safest possible sleep environment for your new family member.
Occasional checkups on fire alarms, cleaning supplies and furnace filters make for a home that's safe, clean and comfortable.
Your go-to tool in a hot spell might do more harm than good.
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Keep your kids safe by following these helpful suggestions from an expert and mom who knows.
Pediatric specialists share their Top 10 tips for injury prevention and food safety.
Half of all chemical injuries from swimming pool treatments happen at home—and a third of them involve teenagers.