A new report shows that some moms are putting their infants to sleep in an unknowingly unsafe environment.
Many groups met in Washington D.C. to discuss the distracted driving epidemic. Here are some of their tips to break your distracted driving habits.
The CPSC and Health Canada announced the voluntary recall of their Chloe, Sophie and Audrey soft dolls due to the potential for a strangulation hazard.
New federal standards are now in place in the effort of making cribs safer for kids and staving off the thousands of crib-related injuries that occur each year.
Frozen, pre-made, crustless peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are being recalled because of potential listeria contamination that can make children sick, according to news reports.
With the back to school season upon is, it is very important to keep these safety tips in mind when you drop-off or pick your children up from school.
Several consumer advocates walked out on a discussion on how to best revise standards within the window blind industry to eliminate safety hazards last week.
A recent study found that most parents do not use child safety seats properly and that often the best seat for the child’s age is not being used either.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) offers tips on how to evaluate booster seats and how to know when your child is proper strapped into the seat.
Every day approximately 26 infants are hurt in crib and playpen accidents, totaling nearly 100,000 children each year, according to a study that recorded the injuries for the first time.
Parents may want to check their children’s toy box for a rattle that is being recalled because it could pose a choking hazard and safety threat to children.
Rugby child pain and fever drops are being recalled because the packaging is not childproof, according to news reports.
A bill is being proposed in the South Carolina Senate to help the families who were injured in a children’s train crash in Spartanburg last month, according to news reports.
A 2-year-old child and her grandparents were seriously injured in a hit-and-run car accident Sunday night in High Point, N.C., according to news reports.
The US government’s recall of over two million cribs from a variety of manufacturers this year has parenting asking themselves: how safe is our child’s crib?
February marks Child Passenger Safety Month, putting a focus on ensure kids are properly buckled up and safe while in the car.
The CPSC, in conjunction with Camsing Global LLC, announced the recall of about 10,000 units of their LED nightlights due to a potential burn hazard to consumers.
The South Carolina legislature voted Tuesday to approve stricter age and safety restrictions on the all-terrain vehicles.