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  • Take Steps to Avoid Stair Injuries

    Posted on April 16, 2020

    In the U.S., a child is treated in an emergency department for a stair-related injury every six minutes – approximately 87,000 injuries per year. One in four stair-related injuries to children under the age of one occurs when a parent… Read More

  • Indoor Tips for Window Safety Week

    Posted on April 9, 2020

    Windows are a great way for children to connect with the outside world. From looking at critters running in tree branches to seeing a friend walking on the sidewalk – but it only takes a second for a child to… Read More

  • Report Finds Majority of Nursery-Related Deaths Associated with Soft Bedding in the Crib

    Posted on January 15, 2020

    Every year, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) releases a report based on the most recent statistics regarding injuries and deaths associated with nursery products used by children ages five and under. Injuries and fatalities are collected through the… Read More

  • National Safety Month – Prevent Unintentional Injuries

    Posted on June 12, 2019

    June is National Safety Month. Although people often shrug and say that injuries are just something that happens, that’s usually not true. Unintentional injuries such as drowning, car crashes, choking, and poisoning are the leading cause of death for children…. Read More

  • New AAP Study on Laundry Detergent Packet Ingestions

    Posted on June 5, 2019

    Laundry detergent packets, first sold in the U.S. in 2012, are often brightly colored, soft, and come in pouches or plastic jars. This can lead kids to assume they are candy or want to hold or bite them. The packets… Read More

  • Amusement Park Safety Tips

    Posted on May 15, 2019

    Last summer, a roller coaster derailed in Daytona Beach and sent two riders plunging 34 feet to the ground and left two others dangling in one of the ride’s cars. With the weather finally warming up, many families have already… Read More

  • New AAP study finds that foreign-body ingestions by small children rose 91%

    Posted on April 19, 2019

    Everyone knows that kids tend to put things in their mouths. Children are curious and like to interact with new objects. This can seem like harmless fun, but many objects are hazardous or even fatal when swallowed by small children…. Read More

  • KID Report Sheds Light on Summer Hazards

    Posted on August 2, 2018

      Summer is a time for children to explore the outdoors and enjoy warm-weather activities. Many children’s products that are used in the summer help them reach important developmental milestones: cycling, swimming, jumping, balancing and more. However, many of those… Read More

  • Bounce House and Inflatable Summer Safety Tips

    Posted on June 1, 2018

    As we jump into warm summer days, backyard barbecues and summer festivals are upon us. Alongside more outdoor time, comes too an increase in many well-loved summer activities. Bounce houses, though a common attraction at parties and events, can pose… Read More

  • New KID Report Shows Jump in 2017 Recalls

    Posted on April 3, 2018

    On Tuesday, along with Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and Illinois PIRG, KID released new data on product recalls and children’s safety. This year, the number of recalls increased by 22%, while injuries and incidents reported prior to recall decreased from a… Read More

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