Here's what you need to know to stay calm in an emergency, common accidents you can avoid, how to make a first-aid kit, and more. Our safety advice is a must-read.
These head injuries can appear way worse -- or much more harmless -- than they are. So take our crash course in what to look for the next time your child hurts herself.
Don't assume just because essential oils are naturally derived they can't cause your child serious harm.
Read this now so you won't panic when you need to save your child in a dangerous or scary situation.
Too many children die in hot cars each year. Even if you think you would never forget your child in the car, follow these tips to be 100 percent sure.
The number of children being hospitalized because of prescription opioid poisoning has risen sharply since 1997, especially among toddlers.
E-cigarette exposure can be more dangerous for kids than exposure to regular cigarettes, according to a new study.
Laundry detergent pods pose a serious poison risk to young kids who may eat them thinking they are candy.
Kids are still dying in hot cars in alarming numbers. And one professor thinks he knows why.
The E.R. can be a bewildering place with loud noises, bright lights, restless kids, and freaked-out parents. Our guide makes it less stressful.
Learn what to do when your child has a nosebleed. Although bloody noses can be messy, it's easy to staunch the flow with pressure and patience.
As soon as your child is old enough to learn his numbers, you can prepare him to help during an emergency. Here, the lifesaving lessons to teach.
Follow these steps to take a tick off your child's body.
A terrifying new video will open your eyes to just how easy it could be for your child to get involved in a devastating gun accident.
A new report is a startling reminder to parents on just how easy it is for kids to overdose on household medications.
Young children are four times as likely to end up in the hospital after contact with laundry pod detergent as those exposed to other types of detergent.
What you really need to be prepared for a possible crisis.
After a choking scare, Texas mom Jennifer Hull wants more parents to be prepared.