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Regardless of how you choose to celebrate this Halloween, here are a few ways to make safety a part of your planning.

To all the new and expecting moms and dads out there, congratulations. You’re going to be amazing parents and we'll be right here with you so you're not alone.

Baby Safety Month is all about getting you the information you need to put your mind at ease when it comes to the safety of your new baby.

So here are six simple tips to get you started.

car heatstroke safety

As summer temperatures continue to climb across the country, it’s important to remember that while these summer days are great for the pool and the beach, they’re not so good for the inside of cars, which can raise to deadly temperatures in a very short period of time. 

Sadly, since 1998, at least 910 children across the United States have died from heatstroke.

Becca and Thomas Cunningham

Here's the information I want every family to know. Children are falling from windows at an alarming rate – more than 3,300 kids five and under go to the emergency every year. Window falls are a completely preventable.  All windows should have window guards, child safe window stops or 4-inch window opening limiters.  We recommend Guardian Angel window guards, KidCo window stops or KidCo mesh window guards because these all meet ASTM safety standards.

Daylight savings is a good time to change your smoke detectors and CO alarms

It’s that time of year again. The clocks go forward, the days get longer and families get an extra precious hour of daylight. Daylight Savings is also a great time to check your smoke alarms and continue checking them every month. Here’s why:

Remember these home safety tips for parents and friends balancing childcare and coronavirus.  

Here are a few safety tips for a “New Normal” this Memorial Day

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One mom is raising awareness about the dangers of gas fireplaces by sharing the tragic story of how her 11-month-old daughter burned her hands.  

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