Plastic baby bottles are convenient, cheap and unbreakable. But they pose some risk of exposure to chemicals and microplastics. Here’s what you should know.
Infants and young children will put anything in their mouth. Learn the most commonly ingested objects, whether they’re dangerous and what to do when kids swallow something they shouldn’t.
You’d think a high chair would be safe for your child. But the findings recent research show an alarming increase in the number of high chair and booster seat injuries. Find expert tips to keep your child safe.
It’s important to know which foods are the biggest choking hazards for your little one. We go into detail about which food to avoid and how to prevent choking.
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Keeping your home safe for your children extends way past baby-proofing. Learn how to childproof your home for every stage with this helpful guide.
We know kids 2 and older should wear masks, especially when social distancing can’t be practiced. But how do we protect infants? Learn what you can do from a pediatric infectious diseases physician.
Learn 10 things parents should know about concussions in children, including concussion symptoms and which youth sports have the most concussions.
Calls to poison control centers regarding household cleaners and disinfectants are up 20% since COVID-19 started in the U.S. Here’s how to use them safely and keep your kids safe.
Traumatic events in childhood can increase the risk of physical and mental health problems in adulthood. But you can take steps to help children recover.
Frostbite can develop sooner than you may think. All it takes is 10 minutes in -10 F. And it takes even less time to develop the early stage of frostbite, called frostnip.