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September 2008 Child Product Safety Recalls from Federal Agencies
We have some exciting news to share. Safe Kids has entered into a new partnership with Nationwide.
Nationwide has an outstanding reputation for giving back to the community. With this new partnership, they are taking that commitment to the next level.
This research report explores the 3 places kids are likely to drown: at home in bathtubs, at the pool and in natural water. We look at ages, gender and race to see how the risks differ.
6 cosas que los padres necesitan saber para proteger a sus niños en la piscina. ¿Conoce todos estos consejos?
Baje una tarjeta vigilante del agua y comparta responsablemente la supervición de los niños en y alrededor del agua.
There’s a lot for parents to think about to keep kids safe around the home. Securing top-heavy furniture and TVs to the wall, installing gates at the top and bottom of stairs and keeping cleaners locked up, out of sight and reach are just a few. But have you also thought about the laundry room?
PrevCon 2017 lived up to its reputation as being the place where safety heroes meet. More than 500 U.S. and international public health and safety practitioners gathered in Baltimore from July 26 – 29 for an extraordinary exchange of information, innovations and celebrations.
At Safe Kids Day in Palm Beach County, FL, a young middle school boy in a bright red Safe Kids Day shirt greets guests and passes out My High 5 booklets. He shows them where to get in line to pick out their free bike helmet. The boy has some difficulties speaking and seems shy. His mom explains how they began volunteering for their local Safe Kids coalition. One day, he fell off his bike, was not wearing a helmet, and suffered a traumatic brain injury.
Whether your kids are snowboarders, figures skaters or just having fun in the snow, here are a few winter sports safety tips to keep them active, healthy and safe.
As temperatures around the country continue to fall, gas-powered generators and heating units can provide wonderful benefits to families when used properly. But they also underscore an important necessity in the home: the need to protect your family from carbon monoxide.According to the CDC, approximately 50,000 people in the U.S. visit the emergency department each year due to accidental CO poisoning.