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Medication Safety Press Release
Safe Kids Worldwide released a new research report identifying new insights into why kids are getting into medicine nearly 500,000 times per year.
The exclusive results from their new survey found that virtually all moms (96 percent) say they know the rules for safe baby slumber, which include putting baby to sleep alone, on his back, in a crib. However, only 66 percent follow this advice.
Safe Kids Worldwide marks February 1 as National TV Safety Day.
Children are twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed on Halloween than on any other day.
Photo: Toddler in Car Seat
Affluent, educated and young parents are worst offenders when it comes to buckling up on every ride.
New study finds 39 percent of distracted teens are texting while crossing. 1 in 5 High School Students Crosses the Street While Distracted by Technology.
Every 25 seconds, or 1.35 million times a year, a young athlete suffers a sports injury severe enough to go to the emergency room, according to a new research report released today by Safe Kids Worldwide.
To help raise awareness about the heatstroke safety, the General Motors Foundation is providing $200,000 to Safe Kids Worldwide to support the organization’s Never Leave Your Child Alone in a Car campaign.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Safe Kids Worldwide are highlighting the dangers of child heatstroke in hot cars on July 31, National Heatstroke Prevention Day.
Following four tragic deaths in one week, NHTSA and Safe Kids headed to Nevada to highlight dangers of child heatstroke.