Children and backpacks: lighten up their heavy load
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt offers backpack safety tips
The little boy was in the swimming pool, not breathing. Thanks to CPR, first responders and LifeFlight, he is fine.
It should have been a joyous day. It almost turned tragic.
Stay focused on safety this 4th of July
Fireworks can cause serious damage to hands and eyes. Here's what you can do to keep yourself, and your children, safe.
A teenage girl was riding on an ATV without a helmet when it flipped five times. She is lucky to be alive, and her mother has a warning for parents.
Safety experts liken helmet use to seat belt-wearing practice
Michelle Kennedy follows the same mantra whether at work or in her personal life: be a good role model and walk the walk.
“I won’t ask someone to do something I wouldn’t do myself. I try to give 110% every day. Whatever I can do to help people, I will.”
Getting back in the pool this summer? Children’s Hospital has some tips on how to take to the water safely.
Number one lesson: drowning doesn't look like you think it does
VUMC scientist Edie Sannella celebrates 90th birthday, puts in full day in virology lab
“I don’t feel 90. And people say they don’t think that I am 90. So, I think I must be doing OK.”
Laresa Jackson’s coworkers are so sorry she won a Credo Award. (Not really)
Public recognition is not her thing. But she’s always reminding her staff of the difference they make.
Who is that masked man?
Frank Nix of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit finds a way to connect with patient families with his custom face covers