Even canines, chickens and sabre-tooth tigers need protection
Children are surrounded by toys during the holidays. How to make sure they are safe and age-appropriate.
The last thing anybody wants is to be sick during the holidays. Serving and keeping food safely helps keep everybody healthy.
The end of daylight saving time means many of us are driving home in the dark
The end of daylight saving time doesn't have to mean disrupted sleep and feeling groggy, says a Vanderbilt sleep expert
Twice as many children killed by cars on Halloween as on any other night. How to safely enjoy the frights of the night.
Some foods are always safe. Some need a little more care.
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt offers tips to prevent injury
“The burns and injuries that result from improper use of fireworks are often devastating and life-altering.”