Your toddler's safety is your number one priority. Here you'll find toddler safety tips to keep her safe at home and away.
Big Kids Safety
How to Protect Your Curious Kid
10 Ways to Make Your Home Healthy and Safe
Fast First Aid for Common Accidents
When you're making your house look festive and fun, follow these safety tips to ensure a happy holiday season.
Ready, set, relax! Keep your kids safe on your next trip.
Splish, splash, slide! You're ready to introduce your child to the season's fun, but these carefree days can come with surprising risks for tots. Follow our stay-safe guide.
Learn how to keep your baby safe and sound in the nursery.
Before you head outdoors with your baby in tow, take some precautions to protect her tender skin.
Keep your home and family safe.
How to avoid food poisoning during the hot summer months.
Spending time outdoors with your little one can be fun for both of you. But you'll need to make sure she's protected from sun, humidity, and insects.
Minimize the stress on your child's back.
If your child skis or snowboards, a helmet reduces the risk of serious head injury. Before you hit the slopes, read these tips from Michael Berry, president of the National Ski Areas Association.
Make your baby's baths fun, safe, and stress-free with our tips.
Our favorite safety solutions from readers like you!
Make sure your child has a safe ride.
Hosting or attending a kids' salon party? Here's how to make sure you bring home the glitter, not the germs.
Some simple rules to reinforce and practice with your children to help ensure a safer and happier new home.
Check out these valuable tips before shopping for your baby.
Make trick-or-treating fun and safe with these simple steps.
Protect your kids from accidents and injuries in your home. Follow our guide to learn the simple changes you can make to turn your home into a baby-safe zone.
Hints for teens to keep themselves safe online.
Plan ahead for your child's safe and worry-free flight.
What you need to do before hitting the open road.
When a child under a year is seen in the E.R. for an accidental injury, more than half the time it's because of a fall. Learn how to protect your little one.
Time to hit the pool! Make sure you keep your little ones safe -- memorize the following essential swim-smart tips from Safe Kids USA.
More playground deaths occur at home than in public parks!