1:45 to Read | ER, Daily Dose, accident
Wouldn't it be great if your child did not have to get stitches to close a wound?

1:15 to Read | accident, Daily Dose, safety, summer
How to prevent drownings this summer.

How to keep your kids safe at the beach, lake or pool.
Parents are often frantic (as we all can be) when their child falls and you see blood coming from the head and face.
There are so many foods that can cause choking in your children. Dr. Sue tells you which ones.
Kids who came to the clinic with injuries played organized sports an average of 11 hours a week, compared with fewer than nine hours in the uninjured group. Although the researchers did not specifically look at this, Jayanthi said he has noticed that more highly specialized sports such as tennis, gymnastics and dance tend to be linked to more severe overuse injuries.
A very popular toy has been recalled due to safety.
Baby Jogger has received four reports of children falling from the seat, including reports of scrapes, bruises, cuts and one broken nose.
Burns are one of the most painful injuries a child can suffer. Knowing how to recognize the degree of a burn, and the proper treatment, can make a huge difference in how well the burn will heal.
Listed below are 4 children’s products that have been recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission for safety reasons. Photos of each product are available at