Read Posts About Child Safety
As a parent or caregiver, your child's safety is always your top priority. Learn more about how to help keep your child happy and healthy in our blogs and resources.
Keep your little ones safe during playtime with these helpful toy safety tips from Lurie Children's Patient and Family Education Team.
Underage drinking is dangerous and can have long-lasting effects. Our pediatric expert discusses substance abuse prevention and offers tips for parents and caregivers on how to talk about alcohol with teens and adolescents.
Warm, sunny days are perfect for outside activities the entire family can enjoy. But without the right protection, the sun can be harmful. Here are some safety tips to stay happy and healthy in the summertime.
When the right safety precautions aren't taken, bike accidents can cause unintentional injuries or even death.
Emergency Room physician Elizabeth Powell, MD, provides tips to keep your kids safe on the Fourth of July, including firework and burn safety.
Our pediatric eye specialists say families should be aware of the possible dangers from fireworks to the eyes.
Among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children one to four years of age.
Find out a few easy steps you can take to prevent hot vehicle-related injury or even death.
The bruising clinical decision rule known as TEN-4-FACESp can help recognize when a child is being abused.
With graduation and prom coming up, talking to teens about alcohol can be a good time for parents to discuss this difficult topic with their kids.
Recent national surveys show a plateauing or slight decrease in teen e-cigarette use, but we are still seeing epidemic levels of youth use.