These are the questions camp counselors, babysitters and caregivers should ask about medications to ensure everyone stays safe.
The teen pedestrian death rate is twice that of younger children and accounts for half of all vehicle-related pedestrian deaths.
Excessive sun exposure can increase the risk for skin cancer. Check out these tips to ward off those harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Every year, unintentional window falls send thousands of children ages 6 and younger to emergency departments nationwide.
Passengers can be a distraction to a young, inexperienced driver and their presence increases the risk for an accident.
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.
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.