“As kids get bored they start getting into things they shouldn’t be getting into because they have nothing else to do," says Children's Hospital safety expert.
“During the excitement and distractions of an exciting game or a noisy gathering, it is easy for a quick-moving child to pull over an unsecured television.”
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt urges caution in toy selection this holiday season
“Even the thinnest of cloths or covers over the stroller or carrier can reduce air circulation and create a greenhouse effect in the enclosed space."
No reading or writing texts or emails either
Drowning is a silent killer. How to be sure children have safe fun in the water.
Children are surrounded by toys during the holidays. How to make sure they are safe and age-appropriate.
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt offers tips to prevent injury
Bike helmets and quality construction: yes. BB guns and hoverboards: no.