Category: Safety

More than a bump on the head

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and it’s important to remember that “bump on the head” can be so much more.  Today, we have a guest blog by State Senator Shannon Jones about the dangers associated with traumatic brain injury. … Continue reading

Patient safety is everyone’s business

As National Patient Safety Awareness Week kicks off (March 2 – 8, 2014), it’s important to remember your essential role as a parent when visiting the doctor’s office or hospital. This week, I sat down with Dr. Adam G. Mezoff, … Continue reading

Total recalls

When you hear that a child’s toy or product is recalled what do you do? Do you check to see if you own it?  Do you ignore the recall?  How do you react? Children’s products can be recalled for a … Continue reading

No adults allowed

If you visit Legoland, be sure to bring a child or you may not be allowed to enter because of their “no adults without children” policy. This policy received lots of publicity last year when a 63 year-old cancer patient … Continue reading

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