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.
Be Safe this Fourth of July with these Must-Know Tips
This Fourth of July, if consumer fireworks are part of your family’s festivities, here are some important safety tips.
Medication Safety Tips for Summer Camp Counselors and Caregivers
These are the questions camp counselors, babysitters and caregivers should ask about medications to ensure everyone stays safe.
Heads-Up on Teens and Pedestrian Safety
The teen pedestrian death rate is twice that of younger children and accounts for half of all vehicle-related pedestrian deaths.
Protect Your Little Ones from Excessive Sun Exposure
Excessive sun exposure can increase the risk for skin cancer. Check out these tips to ward off those harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Your Four-Inch Window of Prevention
Every year, unintentional window falls send thousands of children ages 6 and younger to emergency departments nationwide.
Be a Good Car Passenger
Passengers can be a distraction to a young, inexperienced driver and their presence increases the risk for an accident.
Wearing the Right Helmets the Right Way
Most serious head injuries to kids can be prevented if they wear a helmet, but it’s important to wear the right kind of helmet correctly.
Household Poisoning Hazards
Dr. Lilit Minasyan, who works in the Emergency Department at CHOC, offers the following tips to help prevent accidental household poisonings.