With homework from school and distractions outside of school, it’s more important than ever for kids to stay active. Whether it’s an organized sport or recreational play, follow these tips to help keep your preteens and teens safe.
In the fifth installment of our Sports Safety 101 series, we discuss the idea of changing the culture of sports into a safer environment for athletes at all levels.
Here are some quick tips to help you locate an AED to ensure the proper equipment is available when your child is participating in sports.
Print this card out for the person whose turn it is to watch children playing in the water.
In the second video of our Sports Safety 101 series, we examine the issue of hydration in youth sports by interviewing leading experts.
In the first video of our Sports Safety 101 series, we examine the issue of concussions in youth sports by interviewing leading experts.
This tip sheet will help parents and coaches learn how to keep young athletes injury free.
Everything you need to know to keep your kids safe from dehydration when playing sports.
To better understand what young athletes, parents and coaches are confronted with in youth sports, Safe Kids Worldwide surveyed 1,000 young athletes, 1,005 coaches and 1,000 parents.
This guide explains overuse injuries in children and how to prevent them.
Little kids are at risk around steam irons, curling irons, and space heaters. Curb their curiosity by eliminating hazards in the home.
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