With Aaron’s story, learn how you can protect your children from accidental strangulation with window covering cords.
The no. 1 reason for children suffering from a window fall is furniture placed below – and that is exactly what happened with Lauren.
Windows higher than 6 feet from the ground poses a risk for serious, even fatal injury. Here’s tips from CHOC experts to help keep kids safe.
Most injuries for kids up to five years old occur in or around the home, so keep in mind these home safety tips for older children.
Toddlers are suffering eye burns as a result of coming into contact with laundry packets. Learn what parents need to know.
Children under the age of 5 are at the greatest risk for getting injured at home. In this CHOC Radio segment, Frias discusses home safety.
Dr. Lilit Minasyan, who works in the Emergency Department at CHOC, offers the following tips to help prevent accidental household poisonings.
Every 10 minutes in the United States, there’s a child under the age of 6 taken to an emergency department for medication poisoning.
Dr. Mary Jane Piroutek, an emergency department physician at CHOC shares a list of supplies to include in your basic first aid kit.