The top injuries seen at the Emergency Department at CHOC Hospital during the summer season and tips to avoid summer injuries.
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.
Children left in cars or who have access to unlocked vehicles are at risk for heatstroke. CHOC offers tips to protect kids.
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.
Playground safety tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics on how to keep your active, adventurous kids safe this summer.
Choosing the right summer camp for kids and teens can be a big decision for parents. A pediatric psychologist weighs in.
You may have logged thousands of air miles but traveling with young children, especially for the first time, can be hard for some parents.