New research explores parents’ safe medicine storage habits.
Protecting Children from Fire, Burns and Scalds in Kuala Lumpur
This is a research report that examines bad behaviors by teens who are crossing the street in a school zone. It also looks at what drivers are doing, like texting while driving or blocking a crosswalk.
Safe Kids drowning research reveals the places kids drown (at home, at pools, in open water), and what age group is most at risk for each of those places.
Safe Kids research finds parents have misconceptions about drowning prevention, water safety and keeping kids safe in pools, lakes and bathtubs.
Our 2016 research report explores the number of cause of death for teens: car crashes. We examine what is causing these crashes and what parents can do to make a difference.
Each year more than 59,000 young children are seen at ERs because they got into medicine while the caregiver wasn't looking. Learn what families and caregivers need to do to keep their children safe:
Preventing accidental injuries to children in India.
Learn about the importance of getting your car seat registered in case there is a recall.
Every four minutes a child is prematurely lost on the roads of this world. Here are 10 strategies we can use to reduce that number.
Designate a safe spot for children to wait when nearby vehicles are about to move and make sure the drivers can see them.
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