Keeping your baby safe at home gets more challenging as he starts crawling. Babies will touch anything and put anything they can get their hands on in their mouth. Here you'll learn about babyproofing, toy safety, nursery safety, lead poisoning, and more.
Not only are too many parents not keeping kids in rear-facing car seats long enough, but loved ones who notice aren't comfortable pointing it out.
The company has recalled its cheese ravioli because it's not safe for kids with egg allergies.
Going outside at this time of year can make kids sneeze or wheeze, but as one mom learned, what's inside your home might actually be causing the symptoms.
Take this article and walk out to your driveway now to find out whether your child's car seat is as safe as it should be. You'll be shocked at what you're doing wrong.
This is what to do when your baby overheats and develops that telltale rash.
Keep these tips in mind when it is necessary to take your newborn on a plane.
You'd be surprised at how easy it is for a baby to get into trouble. Create a safe place by babyproofing every room in your home.
When it comes to baby-proofing products, what you'll need will depend on the particular features of your home. Some items, however, are nearly universal. We've rounded up a few of our favorites.
Make your baby's baths fun, safe, and stress-free with our tips.
You'll be shocked at what's really dangerous for children in your home. Don't skip our checklist of 10 safety hazards that could be deadly.
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.
Learn the mistakes that parents most often make, and how to avoid them.
Splish, splash! Here are some tips on how to bathe your little one.
Every 33 seconds a child under the age of 13 is involved in a car crash in the U.S. That's why all parents should be up to date on the latest car safety tips for the smallest passengers on the road.
Many hazards aren't obvious. Read on to make sure you don't miss a thing.
Whether your due date is approaching or you feel the urge to get your home in tip-top shape, use this guide to get the work done.
Make sure your baby isn't playing with a potentially harmful toy.
You take every precaution with your baby or toddler -- but eventually, you've gotta take a deep breath, ditch the rules, and trust that your child will be just fine.
Break out the bonnet, sunscreen, and water bottle. We've got you covered with these hot-weather tips.
Experts say that as many as 85 percent of us aren't securing our kids correctly. Take our quiz to see whether you know the latest car-seat recommendations.
American Baby, in partnership with Safe Kids Worldwide, polled more than 4,500 new moms with babies 1 year old and younger to find out how they put their child to sleep. While nearly all told us they know the steps for reducing the risk of sleep-related infant death, too many disregard them. AB investigates.
Learn how to recognize these pesky plants, where they grow, how to avoid them, and how to treat your child's rash if she comes into contact with any of them.
We talked to an expert to find out what it truly means when a baby product has the word "natural" on its label.
When shopping for a car seat, safety is always top of mind. There's only one way to take baby home from the hospital, and that is in an infant-safe car seat. Here are some tips for choosing the safest possible car seat for your little one.