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This year millions of products for babies and children were recalled. Here we count down the 48 biggest toy, gear, and clothing recalls of 2013. If you own any of these products, follow the guidelines for return or repair -- and keep this list handy if you are considering purchasing used gear, toys, or clothing for your child.
Infants and young children have trouble chewing completely, so certain foods pose a choking hazard until they reach age 4. Check out our list of foods to avoid giving babies and toddlers -- plus tips for worry-free, healthy eating.
The scary truth: Almost half of all homes in the U.S. contain lead -- and many have toxic levels of this poison. Is yours one of them? For more information visit our Lead Contamination resource Guide, click link below.
Knowledge is power when it comes to protecting children. It can take just one tidbit of information to prevent an injury or even save a life. Here's a room-by-room babyproofing guide with easy ways to create safe quarters for your child.
Be prepared to share your detailed information with everyone: your medical history with your doctor, your 1 AM pickle cravings with your partner, and your contractions with your prenatal provider. Our A-Z pregnancy downloads make things easy!