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Safety Away From Home

5 Ways to Make Holiday Travel Easier

Holiday traveling with kids can be a lot to handle. Here are 5 ways to make it easier and safer.

Air Bag Safety

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.

Booster Seat Safety

Your tot's not a baby anymore! It's time for a big-kid booster seat. But how can you ensure that your child is still safe and secure in the car? Find out here.

Car Seat Safety

Get the car seat know-how you need here.

Choosing Safe Baby Products: Carriers

Babies love and need close contact, and infant carriers are ideal for nestling them against their parents. Here's how to use one safely.

Choosing Safe Baby Products: Infant Seats & Child Safety Seats

Regular infant seats simply allow young babies to sit up. Never substitute any type of infant seat for a child safety seat (car seat).

Choosing Safe Baby Products: Strollers

Strollers come in a variety of sizes and styles. When you're searching for that perfect stroller that's light and portable, keep safety in mind.

Do Kids Need Vaccines Before Traveling?

If you plan to travel abroad or internationally it's possible that your kids — and you — will need to get certain vaccines.

Flying and Your Child's Ears

That weird ear-popping sensation is a normal part of air travel. Here's how to help equalize the air pressure in your child's ears to prevent or decrease ear pain.

How Can Parents Help Prevent Concussions?

Concussions are serious injuries. Here's how to help protect kids and teens from them.