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medicine safety press release 2015

New report reveals 1 and 2 year olds account for 53 percent of medicine-related calls to poison centers.15-19 year olds are 6-times more likely to have serious outcomes.

home safety research report 2015

Safe Kids Worldwide study shows families can do more to protect their children.

TV Safety Day

Safe Kids Worldwide and CEA Mark January 31 as National TV Safety Day


Nationwide Launches 'Make Safe Happen' to Reduce No. 1 Cause of Death Among Children

road safety summit press release
New #SaveKidsLives campaign launched to build awareness, highlight the plight of children, and generate worldwide action.
WHO Global Report on Drowning
The global drowning report released today by the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 372,000 lives are lost each year to drowning. Safe Kids Worldwide has joined the worldwide effort to focus more attention on this global health epidemic.
Halloween safety press release

Children are twice as likely to be hit by a car and killed on Halloween than on any other day

New Research Finds 40 Percent of Teens Say They Have Been Hit or Nearly Hit While Walking

Every hour of every day, a teen pedestrian is killed or injured in the U.S.

booster seat press release
Booster seats can reduce the risk of serious injury by 45 percent compared to seat belts alone.
Culture of Youth Sports Press Release
Every day, 3,400 children sustain a sports injury severe enough to go to the emergency room. Safe Kids Worldwide, with the support of Johnson & Johnson, conducted a survey of parents, coaches and young athletes to explore how the culture of sports may be keeping kids out of the game.