Many of the approximately 300 products that get recalled every year and can’t legally be sold in retail stores wind up in thrift shops.
The US Department of Health and Human Services thinks that it is a big enough problem that they have listed safety tips for household products.
Keep your kids safe this Halloween night by going over some trick-or-treating safety tips with them.
When caring for a sick child, many parents race to the home medicine cabinet. What are they really finding there?
An ‘attractive nuisance’ is a dangerous condition on a property – like an unenclosed swimming pool or a dumped refrigerator – that is so interesting that it would tend to lure a child to investigate. It’s up to you to make it off limits.
How young is too young, legally, to leave a kid home alone?
3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us that a new government study finds that consumer products aimed at avoiding tragedies aren’t necessarily successful on their own.
The American Red Cross offers a class for prospective babysitters to prepare them for what they may encounter.
Every now and then there is a terrifying report of a toddler who has fallen from a window through a screen or a non secure window. The Cleveland Clinic offers safety guidelines.
I saw at least one child running around loose at a busy waterside crab deck, where boats tie up. And a there’s sheer drop into ten feet of water, with no guard rail.
Thousands of roman shades and blinds are being recalled after the death of a 22-month-old boy in Iowa.