By Michael Molina, community health educator at CHOC Car seat safety: selection tips every parent should know Car seats and booster seats are the basic protection systems for passengers who are too small to get the full safety benefits from adult seat belts. Choosing the right seat is an important part of keeping your child […]
During a wildfire, the biggest health risks to children are fire and smoke. Here’s steps to minimize their effects and protect children.
Nursemaid’s elbow is one of the most common injuries in small children, and it can happen during the most innocent activities, like playing tug-of-war.
We encourage parents to learn how to prevent or treat a snakebite, just in case you encounter one on your adventures.
Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of unintentional injuries in adolescents age 15-19. Get tips to help your teen stay safe.
When preparing for a new baby, most parents consider baby proofing their home, but the nursery is often overlooked, says a CHOC community educator.
Toddlers are suffering eye burns as a result of coming into contact with laundry packets. Learn what parents need to know about this hidden household danger.