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  • Getting Help: Know the Numbers for Parents

    The best time to prepare for an emergency is before one happens. Make sure your family knows emergency phone numbers - and make sure your kids know how to place a call for help.

  • Eye Injuries for Parents

    You can treat many minor eye irritations by flushing the eye, but more serious injuries require medical attention.

  • First Aid: Eye Injuries for Parents

    Some eye injuries can be treated at home, while others require a visit to the doctor or emergency room. Find out what to do if your child has eye pain.

  • First Aid: Poisoning for Parents

    If you think that your child has taken a poison and he or she is not alert, call 911. Otherwise, contact your local poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.

  • Household Safety: Preventing Strangulation and Entrapment for Parents

    Kids can strangle or become entrapped in the most unexpected ways - even cords, strings on clothing, and infant furniture and accessories can be dangerous. Read how to prevent these dangers around your home.

  • Household Safety: Preventing Poisoning for Parents

    From fertilizer to antifreeze and medicines to makeup, poisonous items are throughout our homes. Here's how to protect your kids from ingesting a poisonous substance.

  • Taking Care of Your Grandchildren for Parents

    When you take care of your grandkids, you're probably excited to put your own parenting experience to good use. But there are a few childcare basics to brush up on.

  • Going to the Emergency Room for Parents

    Knowing what to expect when you need to take your child to the emergency room can help make it a little less stressful.

  • Ir al servicio de urgencias Para Padres

    Cuando su hijo enferme o se lesione, es natural que usted se asuste y se dirija sin dilación al servicio de urgencias del hospital más cercano, porque usted sabe que allí le atenderán, independientemente de la hora, el día o la gravedad del problema de salud que tenga su hijo. En algunos casos, se tratará de una verdadera urgencia médica y el servicio de urgencias médicas de un hospital será el lugar más adecuado adonde acudir. En otros casos, la enfermedad o lesión de su hijo podrá ser atendida en un centro de urgencias, o su tratamiento podrá esperar hasta que pueda verlo el pediatra.

  • Household Safety: Button Batteries for Parents

    These small, shiny objects are easy for babies and toddlers to swallow. Here's how to prevent injuries from button batteries and what to do if you think your child has swallowed one.


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