You can never be too careful when it comes to protecting your baby. Here you'll get tips and advice on how to keep your baby safe.
This incredible caught-on-tape moment serves as a great reminder that everything can change in just one moment.
Suffocation and SIDS are the leading cause of accidental death in babies under 1 year old, yet many parents still put their babies to sleep in unsafe ways. Follow these child safety tips to baby proof your crib and help keep your child safe when you put her to sleep.
Baby gates may be the first thing you think of when you baby proof, but buying one is only Step 1 to keeping your kid safe. Make sure the safety gates are installed correctly to prevent any accidental falls. Follow these child safety tips to help keep your child safe around the stairs.
Find out what safety hazards to watch out for in baby furniture -- before you start shopping and decorating for the new baby.
A new study looks at the prevalence of unsafe sleep patterns that contribute to SIDS.
Crib safety isn't the only thing you need to worry about when it comes to baby proofing your baby's nursery. Did you know that window blinds could be a strangulation hazard? Follow these child safety tips to help keep your child safe in the nursery.
Not only can it be tricky for crawling babies and toddlers to get around in a crowded living room, little ones can also be injured by heavy objects falling on them. Follow these child safety tips to baby proof your living room and help keep your child safe.
Accidents with Bottles, Pacifiers, and Sippy Cups. Courtesy of Nationwide Children's Hospital.
It's never a bad idea to double-check grandma and grandpa's house for any potential safety hazards. Make sure little ones aren't getting into something they shouldn't and beware of any decor that's not child friendly. Follow these child safety tips to help baby proof the house and keep your child safe while visiting his grandparents.
What you need to know for dressing baby safely for sleep.
Before you take Baby to the park or pool this summer, be sure you know how to keep her comfortable and prevent her from getting overheated.
Prevent stair-related falls. Courtesy of Nationwide Children's Hospital
Car-seat safety isn't just for inside the car. Of course, you should keep your little one buckled securely in his car seat while the car is in motion, but there are also important safety hazards to be aware of if you keep your baby in his car seat outside of the car. Follow these child safety tips to help keep your child safe in her infant car seat, wherever it is.
Sleeping babies and nursing pillows can be a deadly combination.
New baby, new priorities: Use our checklist to be sure you have the basics covered.
Dogs are part of the family, too! Keep them safe without sacrificing style with these tips from the Safe & Sound Home series on our sister site Better Homes & Gardens.
According to a new study, there's a seriously modern method for keeping your baby safe. It's all about text messages...and it appears to be working.
Safety features don't have to be boring. In the Safe & Sound Home series on our sister site Better Homes & Gardens, style expert Emily Henderson shows one family how to improve their living room in a safe and stylish way.
With hot temperatures in the forecast, it's important to remember that a car isn't the only place kids can suffer heat stroke.
We had no idea a pacifier clip could burn a baby! But it can, and it did, according to one mom.
Thinking of babywearing with a sling? Read this first to learn how to use a baby sling safely.
If you choose to babywear in a carrier, here are five expert tips to keep your baby safe.
If you choose to babywear with a wrap, here are several ways to keep your baby safe.