For many parents, medicine safety is not a top priority when child-proofing their home. Learn why it’s important to keep all medicine up and out of reach, even medicine you use every day.
Our CPS expert answers the safety question about bulky coats and car seats.
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.
Holiday edition of toy safety recall report helps parents shop for safe toys.
Before you pack up the car and bundle up the kids, put the turkey and pies in the oven – or whatever else is on your list before you go – here are five quick tips to help you and your family stay safe for the holiday.
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.
Take time to educate yourself and your family about the dangers of carbon monoxide.
Safe Kids Worldwide is urging NY Governor Andrew Cuomo to sign a like to help keep kids safe in and around cars
Parents, learn how to keep your school zones safer.
Parents Call to Action on California Pool Safety
Tougher seatbelt law needed in Vermont
In 86% of emergency department visits for medicine poisoning, the child got into medicine belonging to a parent or grandparent.
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