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.
Safe Kids and Union Pacific are joining together for a new three-year program on rail safety.
Safe Kids and program sponsor General Motors are joining together for an opportunity for high school students who reside in an area with a local Safe Kids coalition.
This November marks National Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week – here are some tips on how you can keep your families safe from poisoning by the silent killer.
Get an intern’s perspective on how the reach of Safe Kids extends around the world.
For Child Passenger Safety Week, Safe Kids Worldwide and Chevrolet have tons of materials to help you keep your kids safe while in the car.
During Child Passenger Safety Week, learn the 5 basic rules for correct car seat use.
Safe Kids Worldwide is hosting car seat checkup events across the country during September for Child Passenger Safety Month.
In 86% of emergency department visits for medicine poisoning, the child got into medicine belonging to a parent or grandparent.
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