walking, running, climbing -- it's a brave new world when you've got a tot on the go. Not to mention the fact that your toddler is putting everything in his mouth. Toddlerproofing your home has its own set of rules, and we've got everything you need to know right here.
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.
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.
Why baby puts things in his mouth -- and how to keep them out!
Protect your toddler from household dangers by following our checklist for safety in any room.
Take a close look at these rooms. Can you tell what's right and what's wrong?
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.
The garage generally is not a safe place for an unsupervised young child to be, and it's best to keep it off-limits to her. That doesn't preclude taking the following precautionary measures to prevent accidents however.
This video serves as an important reminder to parents to anchor dressers and large furniture in toddlers' rooms.
Your toddler is smarter, faster, and even more curious than she was as a baby. Do you know how to keep her safe?
Must-know facts that can help you save your child's life
Actress, author, and mom-of-two Drew Barrymore shares a quick child safety trick. (Hint: The only thing you need is probably around your wrist!)
Though your little one is no longer a baby, childproofing remains just as important -- perhaps more. We pinpoint the potential safety hazards in your home.
Whether you're just hanging with your toddler or have a crowd coming over for the holidays, these new childproofing products are key for less worry and more fun.
Lack of safety precautions cause toddlers to lose fingers to paper shredder blades.
E-cigarette exposure can be more dangerous for kids than exposure to regular cigarettes, according to a new study.
A new study shows laundry pods pose risks of chemical burns for small kids' eyes, in addition to a poison hazard if ingested.
Many 2-year-olds are fascinated by water. How do you expose them to water activities but keep them safe?
Protect your toddlers from serious eye injuries by putting household cleaners up high and out of their reach.
Keep your little one out of harm's way with this around-the-house guide to toddler-proofing.
Parents should consider alternatives to placing their kids in shopping carts because they're too dangerous, a new policy says.
Keeping your toddler safe doesn't stop at your front door. Here's how to make sure your child is secure in the car, in the grocery cart, and on walks.
New study shows children four and younger are more likely to be hospitalized after unintentionally swallowing medicines than all other accidental injuries. How you can protect your family.
Home offices are important now more than ever. For the Safe & Sound Home series on our sister site Better Homes & Gardens, we sent a style expert to make sure one family's work room is up to our safety standards.