Falling furniture – particularly the tipping television – is a growing American public health concern, especially for children. A record number of American kids were killed by TVs (12) in 2011, and 13,800 were injured by TVs, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Parents should talk turkey about obesity with teens while modeling healthy eating habits, a new University of Minnesota study suggests.
The 4.0 Maine earthquake that rattled homes throughout New England, convinced our mom blogger that a little preparedness – extra diapers, for example, and a working flashlight – might be in order for quakes as well as snow storms.
Nine out of 10 high-schoolers chose not to drink and drive in 2011, according to the CDC. Safety advocacy groups and government agencies have worked with youths and parents on the issue.