Safe Kids Worldwide had a chance to speak with Team USA's Ali Krieger, who discusses her passion for soccer, how it started and why she’s working t
Gwen Ward talks about the tragic loss of her daughter, Christina, due to injuries suffered from being distracted while walking.
Watch Emmett's story about a little boy who accidentally swallowed a coin lithium battery found in a remote control.
While small household electronics, such as mini remotes, car key fobs and flameless candles are convenient, they also pose an often unknown risk to young children. Many contain coin lithium batteries that can cause serious injury when swallowed.
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