This Safe Kids Worldwide national survey looks at how and what parents believe about children’s sports-related injuries, and where the knowledge gap is.
Properly used child safety seats decrease the risk of death by 71 percent for infants and 54 percent for toddlers.
A spooky poll on parents and kids Halloween safety practices – what parents do and don’t do, and what they should and shouldn’t do.
About four busloads of kids are seen in U.S. emergency rooms EVERY DAY for medication poisoning. Learn why.
Many coaches and parents don’t know how much rest young athletes need from sports, how much water kids should drink or what the signs of concussions are.
Injury rates among pedestrians 16 to 19 years old are up – what’s keeping them distracted? Safe Kids Worldwide looks at the trends in this report.
On average, every three weeks a child dies from a TV tipping over. And nearly 13,000 more children are injured each year in the U.S.
Every parent knows to keep medicine up and away from children, but kids are still getting into medicine at an alarming rate.
Safe Kids 2013 report on protecting young athletes from injury.
In an observational study, Safe Kids Worldwide discovered that 1 in 5 Teens crosses the road distracted.
Among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old.
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