To minimize electromagnetic radiation exposure, limit cell phone usage. To reduce dangers from predators, teach your children not to communicate with strangers. Learn about cell phone safety tips for kids from this article.
You should teach children that although the Internet has a wealth of information and can be used to foster social connections, itâ€™s not a private place and can be abused. Learn more about some Internet safety tips for kids from this article.
Forty percent of all injury-related ER visits and 42 percent of all injury deaths happen between May and August. We can avoid almost 90 percent of these accidents by educating ourselves and our kids on how to stay safe while enjoying summer vacation.
After massive recalls several years back, many U.S. parents were stunned to learn how loosely children's toys were regulated. And while regulations have ramped up since then, safety still isn't a guarantee. How do you know if toys are safe?
Facebook has something for just about everyone. It's a great place to make friends. Parents and grandparents use the site. Plus there are all kinds of games. Is there a place for the younger set on Facebook, too?
Childhood accidents are numerous and range from the less common, yet nightmarish car accidents and child abductions to equally dangerous, more commonplace playground and pool accidents. Learn about child safety tips.