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After a flood, there can be many possible dangers in and around your home. Here's how to keep kids safe.
Young children can be injured or even killed if they ride in a car's front passenger seat and an air bag opens. The best way to protect kids from air-bag injury is for them to sit in the back seat.
ATVs are off-road vehicles often used for recreation. But kids 16 and younger shouldn't ride them. Find out why, and more, here.
Insect repellents containing DEET have been tested and approved as safe for kids older than 2 months. But be sure to read all labels and take care when you use them.
Bee, wasp, and ant stings can cause temporary discomfort and pain, but most don’t lead to serious or lasting health problems.
Most bug bites and stings are just annoying. But some can cause infections and allergic reactions. It's important to know what to watch for, and when to get medical attention.
Winter isn't a time to just stay indoors and wait for spring. Follow these tips to keep safe outdoors in cold weather.
Drowning is a leading cause of death in children and teens. It happens fast and is usually silent. Here's how parents can help prevent drowning.
Before your family celebrates a holiday, make sure everyone knows about fireworks safety.
You can help prevent frostbite in cold weather by dressing kids in layers, making sure they come indoors at regular intervals, and watching for frostnip, frostbite's early warning signal.