Look for age-appropriate toys and pay close attention to cautionary labels, such as “not intended for use by children under the age of three.”
Common choking hazards include round foods, toys with small parts and toy foods that look like something that could be eaten.
In a study published in the journal Pediatrics, researchers found a strong association between sleeping on sofas and infant deaths.
For children, the most common microwave injury is burns. Fortunately, there are several ways to help keep your kids safe when using a microwave.
Keep your kids safe this summer by using these tips from Dr. Sam Zhao.