Our new report reveals why children still get into medicine and the importance of child-proofing your home for medicine safety.
A new Safe Kids Worldwide report looks at the hazards of swimming in open water and offers tips on keeping kids safe.
Safe Kids releases new research on medication safety in the United States.
New research from Safe Kids Worldwide examines parent knowledge of tethers at car seat checkup events in September 2017.
Top tethers are an essential part of a forward-facing car seat, but parents just aren’t using them. New research from Safe Kids Worldwide and Chevrolet examines top tether use over the years.
New research evaluates the impact of The Safe Kids Buckle Up Program™ inspection events on caregiver knowledge, skill and confidence in installing their child's car seat.
New research asks why kids aren’t wearing helmets on bikes.
New research explores parents’ safe medicine storage habits.
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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.
In 86% of emergency department visits for medicine poisoning, the child got into medicine belonging to a parent or grandparent.
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