The occasional fall or accident is inevitable. And emergencies do happen. As a parent, it's important to be prepared! Here you'll learn about first aid for babies and what to do in case of an emergency. We'll teach you how to treat bug bites, and how to stop a baby from choking. Plus, learn how to perform CPR on a baby.
When your baby has her first accident, here's how to make things better.
Babies and quirky accidents tend to go hand in hand. We ask top doctors what to do if your sweet pea gets in a pickle.
You'd be surprised at how easy it is for a baby to get into trouble. Create a safe place by babyproofing every room in your home.
When your child gets stung or bitten by bugs, signs of allergic reactions include swelling and itching. Learn to spot the signs of severe symptoms and give immediate treatment.
When your child can't breathe, every second counts. Here, lifesaving tips you must know.
This advice will help keep you calm when your child gets hurt -- and maybe even save her life.
All parents should take a CPR course to be fully prepared for emergencies. Always call 911. If your child is not breathing but still has a pulse, you'll need to perform rescue breathing. If there's no breathing and no pulse, you should perform full CPR until help arrives.
How to determine if you have an emergency on your hands.
Even minor symptoms can turn a rational mom into a melodrama queen. Here's how to stop stressing and make your kid feel better.
Here's what to consider when deciding to call Baby's doctor or take her to the ER.
The concerned dad posted a warning to Facebook after his wife had to remove a piece of the pacifier from their daughter's throat.
New research shows 66,000 kids under 3 are treated for injuries related to nursery products each year, and the biggest culprits are cribs, baby carriers, and strollers.
Don't put your baby at risk for choking or an allergic reaction. Here are four foods you shouldn't feed your bundle of joy before her 1st birthday.
Bug bites and stings happen all the time, so it's important to know how to care for your little one if she gets a bite. Here's how to treat the most common types.
Baby gate injuries have quadrupled in a 10-year period, according to a new study by Nationwide Children's Hospital. Keep your little one safe with these tips on how to properly install gates in your home.
Tick bites aren't painful, but may cause Lyme disease. Read more about tick bite symptoms to prevent and treat it.
Step-by-step, here's what to do if your baby or child is choking.
Holy X ray! Kids will put anything in their mouth.
Determine whether your child's health scares -- from high fevers to allergic reactions to swallowing poison -- are as bad as they seem.
A must-know plan to protect and save your child
Take these sensible precautions and before you know it, your child will be ready for another carefree day of summer fun outdoors.
You are your baby's first responder, so here's a just-in-case guide that we hope you never need.