Safe Kids intern blogs about the risk of heatstroke in South Florida and the importance of taking the time to ACT.
Safe Kids Worldwide releases a new report on childhood drownings that occur in lakes, rivers, oceans and other types of open water and offers tips and tools to keep kids safe.
Swimming in lakes, rivers, ponds and oceans poses a whole new level of risk to children. Here are five hidden hazards you need to know about to stay safe.
An expert from Safe Kids offers advice to parents who want to make sure that kids and teens swim safely in open water.
Safe Kids and FedEx announce County Sherriff Rob Rost as the winner of the 2018 America’s Favorite Crossing Guard Contest.
Safety experts say “dry drowning” is a myth. Here’s what you need to know about real drowning dangers.
Find out how to prepare your family for a hurricane or any extreme weather emergency with some useful tips.
A Safe Kids staff member looks back on a decision she should have made years ago.
When it comes to keeping kids safe around medicine, parents and caregivers are the first line of defense. But while most parents say they know how important it is to store medicine out of reach and sight, they aren’t always doing so.
Before the big game, take time for National TV Safety Day.
In 2013, more than 1.24 million children ages 19 and under were seen in emergency departments for injuries related to 14 commonly played sports.
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