Our homes might be our calling card when it comes to decorating, but it's also an environment for unimaginable injuries. Ikea's most recent furniture recall will make you think twice when it comes to child safety precautions.Read Full Story
When posting personal photos on social media, it's vital to remember that not everyone shares the same sense of humor. Even though a picture is worth a thousand words, it doesn't necessarily tell the whole story. What you find hilarious, they could see as dangerous.Read Full Story
The latest social experiment viral video is busting parents for one of the most common parenting behaviors: leaving the kids in a hot car for "just a minute" as you run into the store for that jug of milk you forgot to get on the way home from work.Read Full Story
Consumer Reports has pulled its recommendation of laundry detergent pods, saying they're too much of a safety hazard for young children to recommend. The magazine commends manufacturers who tried to make them less dangerous but says their efforts just aren't enough.Read Full Story
With all the tragic cases we see of children being left in hot cars, it's hard to imagine anyone doing it once, yet alone twice. However, that's just what it appears 46-year-old Hiroko Kurihara did when she left her 4-month-old locked inside her SUV twice in one day.Read Full Story
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