Dr. Joanna Cohen shares tips on how to keep your children safe during gardening and landscape activities.
When swallowed, button batteries pose a high risk for injury and complications, including death, because of the chemical reaction they can cause in the esophagus, or food pipe.
For teenagers, the sleep loss caused by Daylight Saving Time can be even more pronounced than it is for adults, which can lead to drowsy driving.
Here are five tips for keeping your child safe and happy this winter.
We reached out to pediatrician and SIDS researcher Rachel Moon, MD, for advice on safe sleeping for your baby and possible risks leading to SIDS.