VUMC dietitian details tailgating tips. If you’re going to eat in a parking lot, do it right.
Some foods are always safe. Some need a little more care.
Back to school means children are back on the streets. How to keep road scholars safe.
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt offers tips to prevent injury
A year ago Sophie almost drowned in a pond. She came back to Children’s Hospital to thank those who saved her life.
When Sophie’s mother asked her what she wanted to say to everybody, she happily chirped, “Thank you for saving my life.”
I went for a walk at lunchtime and was hit by a car. Here’s what I want drivers and pedestrians to know to protect others.
I became vaguely aware of the sound of sirens in the distance. I soon realized the sirens were coming for me.
Have yourself a safe little New Year’s
The head of Vanderbilt's Emergency Department gives tips on how to celebrate without showing up at his workplace.
Children’s Hospital offers safety tips for holiday decorating, preventing poisonings
May your days be merry and bright. Not spent in an emergency room.
Shopping for children’s gifts? Make sure toys are safe and age-appropriate
Bike helmets and quality construction: yes. BB guns and hoverboards: no.
It’s the scariest night of the year — how to keep children safe on Halloween
Keeping the frights imaginary and fun
Garage safety: cleaning out and knowing the risks
The Tennessee Poison Center warns homeowners that the garage can be a resting place for many toxins, chemicals and potential hazards.