What kinds of injuries or accidents require a trip to the emergency room? Learn the basics here, including what you can expect to pay.
When your baby has her first accident, here's how to make things better.
How to determine if you have an emergency on your hands.
Here's what to consider when deciding to call Baby's doctor or take her to the ER.
New research shows 66,000 kids under 3 are treated for injuries related to nursery products each year, and the biggest culprits are cribs, baby carriers, and strollers.
Holy X ray! Kids will put anything in their mouth.
Determine whether your child's health scares -- from high fevers to allergic reactions to swallowing poison -- are as bad as they seem.
A must-know plan to protect and save your child
You are your baby's first responder, so here's a just-in-case guide that we hope you never need.
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.
These parents, whose baby almost lost a toe, want to warn others about the dangers of hair tourniquets.
As much as we all try to prepare our homes for Baby, accidents still happen. Here are three common accidents and what to do if they happen.
Find out how to maintain first aid kits in your home and car so you can help fix Baby's cuts and scrapes--and learn when you should go to the emergency room.
Learn more about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and how to help reduce the risks to your baby.
Learn how to deal with falls, choking, bumps, bruises...
A new study sheds light on just how dangerous strollers and carriers can be if not used properly.
This seven-month-old baby boy's tragic story is helping to raise awareness about bath time safety for young children.
What to do if your child needs immediate medical attention.
This baby's toes were saved from amputation, but should you try this solution at home?
Kids are still dying in hot cars in alarming numbers. And one professor thinks he knows why.
Oliver Jack Carter Lomas-Davis, the baby boy who became known as Bernie Sanders' lookalike, has passed away.
Acetaminophen (Tylenol) is the most common medication to cause accidental poisonings of babies younger than 6 months, a new study says.
A new study has found cotton-tip applicators like Q-Tips send 1,000 kids to the emergency room with ear injuries every month--that's 34 kids per day.
According to new research, many parents don't know how to handle certain urgent medical issues.
"No matter how safe you THINK your kids are...don't ever leave them on a bed. Ever. Also, even when your child LOOKS okay...doesn't mean they are. Colton looked fine. He was Not," Paige Ferguson told Parents.com.
It is never safe to leave children unattended in a car in any weather.