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

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Safe Kids remains committed to childhood injury prevention throughout Covid-19 pandemic. 

A child tries to open a medication bottle.

Kids are still getting into medicine and parents can help prevent it during National Poison Prevention Week. 

An image of a medicine bottle.

Learn the safest methods for getting rid of your old or unwanted medicine. 

An infant strapped in their car seat.

Parents, learn how to find child safety laws in your state.

Injured teen illustrates the need for concussion safety

This month the Brain Injury Association of America will mark Brain Injury Awareness Month.

A young boy seating in his booster seat.

Learn when it is time to advance your child to a booster seat.

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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Before the big game, take time for National TV Safety Day. 

One of the best ways for parents to keep kids safe is to pay attention to news about product recalls. At Safe Kids, we try to make it easy for you. In case you missed them, here are the top 4 recall stories of 2019 and 3 tips on how to make sure the products you buy for your kids are safe.

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