Keep your kids safe with these great tips for childproofing your home, preparing your kid for weather emergencies, and more. Plus: Why the internet can be a dangerous place for your kid.
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We all want to leave our kids in capable hands when we go to work, but finding—and affording—good care is a burden that families shouldn't have to shoulder alone.
If you're like most parents, you don't have any plan at all. This guide will help prepare your family and give you some peace of mind.
One year ago this month, the scandal at Penn State reminded us of the realities of sexual abuse. Sadly, the majority of children who've been victimized never tell on their own, so it's up to us to spot the warning signs.
Could your child tell the difference? You'd be surprised how many potentially poisonous products look good enough to eat. Here's how to protect your family.
Parents, children, and school administrators can take steps to prevent cyberbullying before it starts or becomes worse. Here are practical steps to stop cyberbullying.
How do you define cyberbullying? An internet safety expert reveals cyberbullying facts and ways to stop cyberbullying.
Warm up, cool down, and make sure they're playing it safe.
You can count on it! These 11 numbers will help you keep your family healthy and safe.
Identity theft cases are becoming more common, especially among kids. Get the facts about child identity theft to protect your little one's personal information.
Safeguard your child's future by learning how to stop identity theft before it happens.
Finding the best seat depends on your baby, your car, and your budget. Read on for help!
How to protect your kids from the heat, sun, and injuries this summer.
Protect your little ghosts and goblins from common Halloween dangers this fright night.
Here's a look at some of the most dangerous chemicals lurking in your home -- and how you can reduce your child's exposure to them.