Now that your big kid is older, you can't keep an eye on him all the time. But you can take some simple precautions to ensure he stays safe even when you're not around. Here's what you need to know about other safety issues.
Every year, tens of thousands of children are rolled over, caught in power windows, and even unintentionally left in vehicles to die. But these incidents are as preventable as they are upsetting. This is what every parent needs to know now.
This year millions of products for babies and children were recalled. Here we count down the 40 biggest toy recalls of 2011. 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.
Cars are such an everyday convenience that it's easy to forget how dangerous they can be. But the frightening reality is that even the shortest drive can turn catastrophic: More than 240,000 kids under age 16 are injured in car crashes every year, and another 1,700 are killed. To keep your family safe, we've compiled an action plan for cruising on the highway, driving around town, or even backing out of your driveway. Here's our comprehensive guide.
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Smart-alecky comments, sass, and disrespectful gestures, such as eye rolls and lip smacks, seem to be the norm when children talk back to you nowadays. Try these tips to nip your child's bold and brash behavior in the bud.
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.