Keeping children safe on the scariest night of the year
How to keep the scariness of Halloween imaginary
Help students avoid backpack pain with these tips from Children’s Hospital
Backpacks are a necessity for school, and they don't need to cause pain for the students who carry them
Keon Johnson is one of the top basketball prospects in the country. Four years ago he almost lost a hand in a fireworks accident.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center doctors — and Keon's mother — urge caution this July 4th
You know to keep babies out of hot cars — Children’s Hospital says also beware of hot strollers
“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."
Children’s Hospital reminds drivers about new cellphone law: hands on the wheel, not on the phone
No reading or writing texts or emails either
“It’s hard to believe that a child could be forgotten in a car — but it happens”
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt offers hot car injury prevention tips
Summer’s here and the time is right for safety at the pool
Drowning is a silent killer. How to be sure children have safe fun in the water.
Lawn mower injuries among “most heartbreaking” for doctors and nurses at Children’s Hospital
The little boy ran around the mower and slipped. “The mower kind of sucked him in,” his mom said.
Children’s Hospital urges caution in toy selection this holiday season
Children are surrounded by toys during the holidays. How to make sure they are safe and age-appropriate.