Kitchen and Food Safety
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question,Should I wait until my son is older before giving him honey?
Protect your family from the dangers of food poisoning.
How to prevent food spoilage and transmission of infections.
Here's where the hazards can occur and how to minimize the risks
Not only can it be tricky for crawling babies and toddlers to get around in a crowded living room, little ones can also be injured by heavy objects falling on them. Follow these child safety tips to baby proof your living room and help keep your child safe.
Contaminated food can make kids -- and adults -- very sick within hours. Here's what to do if someone in your family gets food poisoning.
Learn how to protect your little helpers with Child's safety tips.
High chair-related injuries are on the rise. Learn why this is happening and what you can do to keep your child safe by watching this video courtesy of Nationwide Children's Hospital.
The highest frequency of burns occurs in the kitchen, with one-year-olds at the greatest risk for injury by scalding, a new study shows. How are we letting this happen?