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While the pool or beach can be buckets of fun, you should review some simple water safety rules with your child before going swimming.
When your child is between the ages of 5 and 9, your job is to empower him to be both careful and confident. That means teaching them about personal safety.
Got a school within walking or biking distance of your child? Here's what you need to know about getting a safe and healthy start to the back to school year.
But by the time your child is around age three, you need to begin paving the way for personal safety skills.  Here's how to get started.
Wondering how schools prepare for an emergency? Here are the steps schools take to ensure your child's safety.
When your child is in upper grade school you must actively help him learn how to tell what's safe.  This is not a time to hover or just hope for the best.
Teaching your children to protect themselves may be the most important thing you'll ever do, but it's also one of the hardest.  Here's how to get started.
Only a handful of states mandate the presence of seat belts on school buses. So how do you know if your child's school bus is really safe?
What should parents know about the online communities their teens are visiting? Here’s a guide to the three most popular social networking sites:
Thanks to Adam’s Law, the public has information on sexual offenders around the country – and while some believe this keeps children safe, others think not.
The bulk of skin damage happens in childhood.  Here's what parents need to know about sunscreen and keeping their child safe in the sunshine.
More and more children are chatting on the phone as they walk to school and around the neighborhood. Experts warn that it could present a danger to kids.
Is tracking your child with a Global Positioning System a safety measure, or an overt method of control?
Learn how to help your child have a safe and fun summer. Prevent heat stress, protect them from the sun and insects and learn how to make outdoor play areas
How can you help prevent child abuse? Here are ten suggestions how the community can stay informed and help reduce verbal, emotional, sexual, and physical
Young people need to understand that the Choking Game is not a game and that it is very dangerous. Learn about the game, why it is being played, the signs and
A guide for parents to help children feel safe during times of violent and upsetting national events.
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