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Study finds teens vulnerable to pedestrian injuries
“Walking Safely, A Report to the Nation” reveals that teens are now the most at-risk age group for pedestrian injuries and deaths in the United States.
With more hot weather to come and the record number of deaths in the first week of August, it’s critical to get the word out.
Look before you lock to prevent heatstroke
NHTSA, joined Safe Kids Worldwide, and Kentucky Department of Transportation officials to discuss ways to prevent child deaths and injuries in hot cars.
Safe Kids and NHTSA highight heat stroke risk
David Strickland and Kate Carr, joined with a local family who suffered a heatstroke tragedy to discuss ways to prevent child deaths and injuries in cars.
CPSC and Safe Kids warn of magnet risk
CPSC and Safe Kids strongly urge parents and caregivers to keep magnets away from the reach of children and offer tips to avoid magnet ingestion.
Celebrate Bike to School Day
Safe Kids' Kate Carr and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Administrator David Strickland, raise awareness during National Bike to School Day.
New study shows risk of sports injuries
A Report on Youth Sports Safety, commissioned by Safe Kids Worldwide and Johnson & Johnson, reveals that uninformed behaviors in child injuries.
Leaving a child alone in a car can lead to heatstroke
Safe Kids Worldwide and the General Motors Foundation are launching their 2012 heatstroke awareness campaign, Never Leave Your Child Alone in a Car.
Remember to store all medicines up, up and away
Safe Kids new research report found that while the death rate among children from poisoning has been cut in half, child-poisoning deaths have doubled.
Safe Kids Worldwide announced today that Shannon Sullivan, Anthony Green, and Martha Wilcox have joined its leadership team in Washington, D.C.

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