Our latest research report details the results of our national survey of parents of children under the age of 10 to explore their behaviors and beliefs related to unintentional child injury risks.
A new report detailing the results of a national survey of parents regarding their awareness, attitudes and beliefs regarding AVs and child passenger safety.
New research shows that kids are still getting into medicine and parents can take steps to prevent it.
A new review of pedestrian injury trends and a survey of teens about risk-taking behavior.
Research Report: This Safe Kids Worldwide report is a five-year study detailing the work done at car seat check-up events in the United States.
This report ranks U.S. states for child safety during the summer. It includes findings and recommendations from five key areas.
While there has been a decrease in child pedestrian deaths, this review finds that it still ranks high in leading causes of injury-related death.
Safe Kids Worldwide delves into the injuries, prevention strategies and facts surrounding childhood injury.
Understanding the risks by the developmental stage is important to help parents protect children from serious injury.
This is an in-depth research report on distracted driving in school zones conducted by Safe Kids Worldwide and its member coalitions throughout the U.S.
Among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old.
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