If you’re about to buckle your child into his or her car seat, think twice before you zip up that bulky winter coat.
Puffy winter clothes and coats have too much wiggle room, which can cause your child to slip out of the harness should the car stop suddenly.
Here's how to keep your kids safe in the ...more
It’s cold outside. Really cold. Temperatures this week have hit record lows, and there’s not much relief in the forecast.
This extreme cold causes our bodies to lose heat much faster and can even cause hypothermia, which happens when our body temperature gets below 95 degrees. Hypothermia is a serious medical condition that requires immediate attention. ...more
Putting out decorations and baking special recipes create wonderful memories during the holiday season, but there’s also a risk. House fires occur more during the winter holidays than at any other time of the year.
Keep your holidays festive and your loved ones safe with these fire safety tips:
Pay attention to your Christmas tree. If ...more
Helping babies sleep safely is a priority for all of us at the Kentucky Children's Hospital. That's why we're so proud to have been named as Kentucky's only Cribs for Kids National Gold Certified Safe Sleep Hospital.
This honor recognizes our commitment to reducing infant sleep-related deaths by encouraging safe-sleep practices both in the hospital and after ...more
With the holiday season in full swing, many of us are on the search for that perfect gift, but remember, safety should always be the number one priority.
Toys are a fun and important part of your infant or toddler's development, but each year, many kids are treated in hospital emergency rooms for toy-related injuries. Here ...more