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Drowning prevention tips

Morag MacKay, Committee Chair for the U.S. National Water Safety Action Plan, provides six tips for drowning prevention.

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Getting your teen ready to drive

Here are a few ways to provide teens and preteens with the tools they need to make responsible choices before they are ready to drive.

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The dangers of button batteries

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.

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Halloween safety for you and your kids

As fun as Halloween is for children, it’s equally worrying for parents. Safety risks abound, from falling in the dark to unsafe candy.

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Keeping your child with special needs safe while driving

Whether they’re using a conventional car seat or a wheelchair, here are some tips for keeping your child with special needs safe while driving.