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Though your home is not a chemical plant, there are lots of toxins possibly lurking in your living room. Here are a few tips to keep your home safe:
When it comes to your family's health, common sense is more important than hype.
Firefighters often come to schools to talk to kids, but here is their advice to parents on how to keep families safe.
Worried about product safety? A new report suggests that kid's products like toothpaste, shampoo, and lotion may be harming your child.
There's nothing more wholesome than a romp on the playground or dinner under the stars - unless your deck and playset are made of wood treated with arsenic.
Raise your hand if you're a brand-new parentâfeeling clueless and overwhelmed! Even though your baby's immobile, danger still lurks around your house. Protect your little one with these infant safety tips.
Despite getting over the initial three-month hump, there are still hazards to tackle to keep your adventurous baby safe. Get our tips for baby safety during months 4 to 6 of your little one's life.
Bringing home a new baby means plenty of prep work for parents. From painting the nursery and purchasing diapers to packing a hospital bag, there's not much time for rest before it's time to welcome your . . .
Includes a list of the most important environmental concerns for keeping children safe in their environment.
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