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.

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5 Steps to a Safe New Home

Need help child-proofing your home? Our five safety tips can help make any house safer and more fun for your entire family.

3 Simple Steps to Keep Your Office Safe

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.

Eye Injuries from Laundry Pods on the Rise in Young Kids

A new study shows laundry pods pose risks of chemical burns for small kids' eyes, in addition to a poison hazard if ingested.

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Drew Barrymore's Genius Childproofing Hack

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!)

Shopping Carts Not Safe Enough for Kids

Parents should consider alternatives to placing their kids in shopping carts because they're too dangerous, a new policy says.