By now your toddler is either walking or getting ready to walk. Here you'll learn how to keep her safe with our tips for toddlerproofing your home. Find out how to keep her away from lead paint, play with toys safely, and much more.
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Protect your toddler from household dangers by following our checklist for safety in any room.
Every year, millions of kids are injured or exposed to toxins right under their own roof. Learn the top ways to keep your family safe.
Most of us think we're incapable of making such a horrible mistake. So did the parents in this story.
Why baby puts things in his mouth -- and how to keep them out!
When he noticed a distraught mom in the crowd yelling her daughter's name, Nadal held the match until the little girl was safe and sound.
Why oh why are car-seats so complicated? We finally cracked the code so you can install or reinstall your kid's seat with confidence.
Your toddler loves to climb into cardboard boxes, chew on your car keys, and squeeze lotion bottles. But could any of these (or other) household items be dangerous?
Take a close look at these rooms. Can you tell what's right and what's wrong?
Learn the mistakes that parents most often make, and how to avoid them.
Your baby or toddler is ready to grab anything in his reach, but watch out for these 10 choking hazards hidden on his plate or around the house.
These seemingly harmless habits can be deadly for your child.
Even if you live in a newer house or building, lead exposure is a concern for your family. Here's what you need to know about keeping your kids safe from lead poisoning.
In addition to ensuring that individual items are safe, it's important to take an overall approach to safety in your child's room. Here's what to look for.
Your toddler is smarter, faster, and even more curious than she was as a baby. Do you know how to keep her safe?
Ready to brave the holiday crowds? First learn how to keep your kids safe when you go shopping.
More than 600 children drown every year. But you can help bring down this tragic number. We'll show you how to make nearly every body of water--from your bathtub to the beach--a whole lot safer for your family and friends.
Don't think you're one of them? Think again. Parents investigates the deadly epidemic plaguing our highways.
The number of children being hospitalized because of prescription opioid poisoning has risen sharply since 1997, especially among toddlers.
Learn how to properly install a car seat and keep your baby safe while riding in the car.
From the house to your car, there are so many safety hazards for your kids to avoid. Make life easier with these helpful solutions from readers.