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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.
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?
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.
Here's a list of safety information that every parent should provide their babysitter.
Biking offers a myriad of physical, emotional and developmental benefits for kids. Here are some tips to get your child riding safely.
Is tracking your child with a Global Positioning System a safety measure, or an overt method of control?
Your little one's sensitive skin requires care. Get our best tips for baby sun protection to keep your little one happy and healthy in the spring and summer.
Is it true that some color additives are cancer-causing? Get the facts on what's in your food and how it can affect you and your kids.
Are ultrasounds safe? Critics claim that too little research has been done to prove that taking a video of your baby is healthy, but what do doctors think?
We hear there's an allergy epidemic in the U.S. But is that really true? Find out the truth behind allergies in America and what you can do to prevent them.
Have you ever wondered how much damage is being done to your child's ears by listening to music through headphones? Doctors are seeing an increase in noise-induced hearing loss.
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.
Summer's around the corner, and you're ready to take a dip with your little one; is he? Make a splash with these tips for baby swim safety, all year round.
A new study shows that many inexpensive jewelry items such as charm bracelets, key chains, and necklaces may be dangerous for kids.
Watching fireworks is an American family tradition. What if the special needs of a child makes this classic stressful or even impossible?
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.
According to a study by Consumers Union, most boiler chickens sold in stores across the country are rank with salmonella or campylobacter.
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