Attention holiday toy shoppers: A new study finds that toy-related injuries increased over recent decades — at least if you include one particular toy. A new study from Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus explains.
Today Show reports on our latest research report: “Teens on the Move." We asked students about their own walking habits and what their peers do. Forty percent of teens told us they had been hit or almost hit by a car. Half of teens surveyed told us they text while walking.
Safe Kids found that one in five parents whose children carpool say they “bend the rules” when driving, letting kids ride without seat belts and without the car seat or booster seat they would normally use.