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Our kids don't have lobbyists or political action committees. In this election cycle, they can't vote. But their voices, and those of their parents, must be heard.
Fire Safety
Every day at least one child dies from a home fire and nearly 300 children suffer from injuries as a result of a fire or burn. Yet every one of these tragedies is preventable. So we're asking everyone to do two simple things to help protect your family from home fires.
In honor of National Fire Prevention Week, the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) and Safe Kids Worldwide are challenging all households to conduct a home fire drill.
We held a bipartisan event on September 20 to educate Senators, Members of Congress, and their staff about the risks that kids face and the challenges parents have in preventing unintentional injury, the #1 killer of kids in America.
When my first daughter, Jennifer, was born, we took her home from the hospital in a Moses basket. It wasn't because I didn't have the resources for a car seat. Like every new parent, I would have done anything to protect my baby. I just didn't know any better.
Pedestrian safety
Safe Kids and FedEx released a new report with some surprising statistics on walking safely to school.
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The alarm to parents and caregivers to never leave a child alone in a car sounded louder last week after three more children died of heatstroke in cars.
Keeping informed of the latest product recalls is one important way you can keep your children safe from harmful products. Safe Kids shares tips on how you can stay informed.
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How does a parent keep a teenager safe and at the same time teach her how to be responsible as she grows and learns?
Keep your kids safe while they play by learning these playground safety tips.