Before pitching your tent, take the time to read these safety tips to enjoy your trip injury-free.
Flashlights and other lights generated by batteries are much safer than candles. But if you use them, make sure to follow these simple safety tips.
Halloween ghosts, goblins and ghouls will be roaming the streets on October 31st. Here are some easy-to-follow tips to make sure your little trick-or-treater is safe.
Pets are not toys. At times, even friendly dogs and cats can bite and scratch if approached in a threatening way. A pet bird, reptile, or hamster can also bite or scratch. Young children are especially at risk.
The Emergency Department of the Montreal Children’s Hospital sees approximately 40 children each year with injuries related to the use of bunk beds. Read more to learn how to prevent bunk bed injury.
In Canada, falls are the leading cause of injury in young children. Older children are most likely to fall on the playground; however, younger children are most likely to fall in and around the home. Here are a few prevention tips.
Never attempt to build a home bomb! It can cause a serious injury.
Your child is getting older, he can come back from school by himself now. But, is he street smart? Read more...
Traumatic brain injuries continue to be an important cause of death and disability among children and teens. Wearing a helmet can help avoid fatal injuries.
Inflatable bouncers are terrific activity structures for children. They come in all shapes and sizes, from small ones in the backyard to gigantic ones seen in amusement parks and fairs.