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Preventing Scalds and Burns

Each year, 500,000 people suffer from burns, with most younger than 5 or older than 65. Learn these helpful tips from Kohl's SAFE 4 Kids to protect your family from burns.

Fire Safety for the Whole Family

Learn important fire-prevention techniques to keep your home and family safe this fall.

How to Know When to Rush Your Child to the Emergency Room

Every parent knows the worry of a midnight illness, but how do you know when to rush to the emergency room or wait until morning for help? An emergency medicine physician from Children’s Hospital of Michigan answers this question.
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At-Home Summer Accidents to Avoid with Kids

We're all sticking a bit closer to home this summer but that doesn't mean summer fun is risk-free. Get some tips to avoiding the most common at-home accidents.

Fireworks Safety for Kids

Bottle rockets, sparklers and more: Here are some fireworks safety tips for using customer-grade fireworks this Fourth of July and all summer long.

Keeping Kids Safe in the Car

Car safety goes beyond buckling up. In fact, there's a lot parents should know before hitting the road. An expert with the Kohl's SAFE 4 Kids Program explains.
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Study: Despite Risks, Doctors Don’t Talk to Kids About Gun Safety

A recent study found physicians aren’t necessarily following the recommendations for this talk. Plus, tips for keeping your kids safe.

Protecting Kids From Scalds and Burns

Burn hazards can be found all over your home, yet many are often overlooked. Here, an expert with the Kohl's SAFE 4 Kids program offers advice on how to protect your kids.

Would You Consider Buying a Children’s Bulletproof Backpack?

Is a children's bulletproof backpack a back-to-school 'staple'? At very least, it's now an option for many parents shopping for kids' school supplies.

Open-Water Drowning Risk for Kids is Rising

While pool drownings are dropping, accidents in natural bodies of water are not – and boys ages 15-19 are at highest risk. Here's how to keep all kids safe from open-water drowning this summer.
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Kids Swallowing More Foreign Objects Now Than 20 Years Ago

It's a growing danger for today's kids, a study says. What's going on with kids swallowing more foreign objects – and what are the top offenders?
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Child Be Safe Outlet Covers Make Baby Safety Simple

A Northville couple got sick of standard outlet covers, which pose a risk and never really work, so they invented Child Be Safe Outlet Covers to fit their household needs.