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Keeping Kids Safe

The Terrifying Thing I Just Taught My Preschooler

Dawn Yanek | Posted 08.12.2016 | Parents
Dawn Yanek

Some days, being a parent is too much. Too much stress. Too much worry. Too much potential for disaster. And lately, it doesn't feel too far-fetched that something horrible could happen.

It's Time To Stop The Cyberbullying Epidemic

Dr. Phil McGraw | Posted 11.28.2016 | Entertainment
Dr. Phil McGraw

Imagine your child sitting in the safety of your own home, doing homework, watching TV, curled up in bed -- just being a kid. Suddenly, a message pops...

How To Keep Your Children Safe from Injury? Focus On What You Can Control

Brian Beltz | Posted 10.06.2014 | Parents
Brian Beltz

As parents, we play a vital role in keeping our children safe from harm and it is our duty to take whatever steps are necessary to do so.

The Key To Keeping Kids Safe From Harm

Posted 03.21.2014 | Parents

By: By Stephanie Pappas, Senior Writer Published: 03/20/2014 09:43 AM EDT on LiveScience Learning not to touch a hot stove, or climb up on a ste...

An Open Letter to Parents About the Safety of Your Children

Bruce Reyes-Chow | Posted 07.17.2013 | Parents
Bruce Reyes-Chow

Our job is not to control our kids and shield them from pain and struggle, but to offer them the guidance, the support and love so they can make good choices in life.

Need To Know: Protecting Your Kids Online, From Jennifer Jolly (WATCH)

Posted 03.06.2013 | Home

How can you keep your kids safe when they're online? Award-winning tech expert Jennifer Jolly spilled her top three tips to keep children out of Inter...

It's OK to Run Away

Helene Pavlov, M.D. | Posted 01.09.2013 | Parents
Helene Pavlov, M.D.

Children need to be on guard when dealing with adults, especially those they do not know well.

Statistics Don’t Mean A Damn On Days Like These

Lisa Belkin | Posted 09.19.2012 | Parents
Lisa Belkin

There has been much written about how we are smothering our children, and worrying about the wrong dangers, and cocooning them in bubblewrap. And, statistically, that advice is right. But statistics don't mean a thing on days like these.