These summer safety products are sure to help prevent injuries to your child during summer activities like bike riding, sports, swimming and more.
Kid’s Health & Safety
Slow response time from the FDA has caused Consumer Reports to pressure them on the safety of spray-on sunscreens.
With more and more kids participating in sports year round, doctors say there’s been a rapid increase in youth sports injuries. Here’s what you need to know about the most common ones.
Summer should be a relaxing, carefree time, so keep an eye out with safety tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics and Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt:
Be smart when stocking your kitchen with snacks for kids.
6 - 8 Years
When even your kids are tired of looking at the screen all day, it’s time to get involved in a fun fitness class to keep their bodies healthy and fit.
Don’t be in too much of a hurry to get your baby to sleep through the night. Compromising an infant’s digestive system isn’t worth it.
“Let’s got to Starbucks!,” Your mini me might say … only, don’t make it a habit. Caffeine brings with it a slew of side effects.
Breast is still best for newborns and babies. The new Tennessee Breastfeeding Hotline can help new moms along.
Texting and hanging out on various social media sites — parents not welcome — makes it seemingly impossible to be your child’s cyber shield. Here’s how to help keep her safe.