Don’t leave them even for a minute — keep children from dying in a hot car
Every year dozens of children die of heatstroke after being left, often accidentally, in a hot car
“Had he not had on his helmet, we probably would have been planning his funeral”
Children's Hospital safety expert makes clear: on bikes, skateboards or ATVs, helmets protect the brain
Injury prevention experts highlight ABCs of water safety as summer begins
Drowning doesn’t look like the dramatic splashing or shouting that’s often depicted in movies or TV shows. It is silent.
Stepping back is best for springing forward: tips for dealing with the beginning of daylight saving time
Go to bed a little earlier than usual. Take a good look at the morning sun when you get up.
Winter weather is on the way, take steps now to prepare — on and off campus
Reliable sources say winter is coming. Here are some ways to prepare.
ATV injuries continue to send children to the hospital. How they can more safely ride.
Head injuries are the leading cause of death and disability in ATV-related crashes
Santa makes a list and checks it twice. Parents should do the same when it comes to toy safety.
Choking on small toy parts poses one of the main dangers to children
Vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death and injury for children; how to know you’re using a car seat safely
"The misuse rate in car seats in Tennessee was almost 87% in 2020."
Children and backpacks: lighten up their heavy load
Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt offers backpack safety tips