Many injuries can be avoided by taking preventive steps at home, on the road, and when you're at play.
A person's ability to drive isn't based on age alone. Age-related changes in vision,
physical fitness and reflexes, however, may be reasons to reevaluate your abilities
behind the wheel.
The date on that loaf of bread has passed, but there’s no mold. Is it okay to eat? Throwing something away before it’s gone bad seems like a waste, but keeping it too long can be a health risk. Licensed dietician Rachel Baer helps you sort out what to pitch and what to keep.
Detailed information on safety and injury prevention of children
Detailed information on toy safety and injury prevention in children
Small toys or toys with small removal parts are not appropriate for children ages
3 and younger.
Most toys today are safe. But injuries still happen. Read this article for helpful
tips on preventing toy-related injuries.
Home trampolines are popular and seem like lots of fun, but they're also dangerous.
They cause thousands of injuries every year in the U.S.