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Safety Advocates Unite to Educate Parents on Steps They Can Work Into Their Routine to Keep Kids Safe at Home, at School, at Play, and on the Way
Washington, DC – In honor of Safe Kids Week (May 7-13), Safe Kids Worldwide and safety advocates across the country are teaming up to provide tips, resources, and devices to help parents and caregivers keep their kids safe at a time when preventable injuries are on the rise.
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Respected child passenger safety expert looks to ‘set the gold standard’ in education and service
Safe Kids is committed to keeping you informed about recalls of products that can put kids at risk. This recall report includes 2.5M Starbucks drinking straws, paintball guns and world travel maps. The Safe Kids’ recall center is a unique place where parents and caregivers can go to stay up-to-date on recalls of all child-related products.
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Check out the latest Children's Product Recalls from May 2018
New Report Reveals a 31% Increase in Injuries from Television Tip-Overs in the Last 10 Years
Washington, DC– A new report released today by Safe Kids Worldwide and SANUS revealed that every three weeks, a child dies from a television tipping over and nearly 13,000 more children are injured each year in the U.S. This represents a 31 percent increase in TV tip-over-related injuries over the last ten years.
I’ve been hit in the head a lot.
Between playing multiple sports as a kid and being a generally clumsy human, my head (let’s be honest, my whole body) has been a magnet for bumps and bruises for as long as I can remember. But one particular injury stands out among the rest: The time I pulled a TV onto my head.
Safe Kids China: Establishing Child Road Safety Programs in China
December 2009 Child Product Safety Recalls
I grew up around kids – I baby sat, had lots of younger cousins, and my brother is nine years younger than me. So I’ve always been comfortable with babies and kids and I knew I wanted my own when the time was right. But it only took a few seconds after our first son was born before I realized that I was not really ready for fatherhood.
This little, wrinkly 6-pound ‘thing’ invades your home and everything changes, every perspective you once had is different. Instantly. You are now responsible for another human life and there is something very sobering about that.