Despite some debates on whether some alcohol consumption during pregnancy may or may not affect the baby, experts with healthychildren.org say the risk simply is not worth it.
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The American Academy of Pediatrics is encouraging parents and guardians to take preventative measures to ensure children do not have access to poisonous substances.
Safe Kids Worldwide issues recall report including items bicycle helmets, children’s tents, and more.
Many parents have long suspected it and now scientists are confirming the popular bath time toy is a breeding ground for nasty bugs, germs, and scum.
With Spring Break finally here for many and summer right around the corner, a dip in the pool may be top of mind. But have you taught your children how to stay safe in the water?
The American Academy of Pediatrics is encouraging parents to keep their families safe while enjoying some time away this Spring.
Pediatricians, Emergency Physicians, and Nurses Create Joint Recommendations to Reduce Medication Errors for Children in the Emergency Department.
Medication errors in hospital settings have the potential to cause serious harm, including death. Now, new joint recommendations for emergency medical care aim to improve pediatric medication safety, reduce errors and save lives.
The Tusky Valley Local School district is inviting the public to an event that will focus on what approaches should be taken to ensure safety and security at schools.
Safe Kids Worldwide is working to educate and inform parents and guardians about ensuring your home is safe for kids.
Students are home safe after a “yellow-door lockdown” at New Philadelphia High School and Welty Middle School on Wednesday.
Kohlton Calvey is a 10-year-old boy from Uhrichsville who is passionately pursuing efforts to make his school safer.
Although temperatures are warming up in Ohio for a day or so, odds are the weather will turn frigid again before Spring and the CDC is sending out a few safety reminders while staying warm.
Tuscarawas and Stark County teens are encouraged to participate in a Safe Kids contest that works to send a powerful message while rewarding those who listen.
Often times you will hear the stance that the United States has the best healthcare in the world, but a recent study published in the journal Health Affairs suggests otherwise.