We spoke with local doctor, Terry Kind, about how parents, guardians and caregivers can keep their kids safe and hydrated as temperatures continue to rise.
Drowning prevention tips for kids differ with age, but in general, it’s important watch your kids and make sure you teach them about swimming safety.
Pediatric dermatologist Anna Kirkorian, shares what parents need to be aware of this summer season.
Kids produce more heat during activities and sweat less, which is why they are more susceptible to heat-related illness, especially on hot, humid days.
The bottom line? There is no “child-safe” consumer firework. And parental supervision, while always a good thing, is simply not enough.