Tips For Keeping Your Young Children Safe Around Water

Water is one of the most ominous hazards your child will encounter. Young children can drown in only a few inches of water, even if they’ve had swimming instruction. Vacation time is a great opportunity to develop family memories and … Continue reading

How to Properly Apply Sunscreen on Your Children and Stay Safe Playing In the Sun…

You can keep your kids safe AND enjoying the beautiful sunny weather! Just a few serious sunburns can increase your child’s risk of skin cancer later in life. Kids don’t have to be at the pool, beach, or on vacation … Continue reading

Warm Weather Woes: Summer Safety Tips For Your Child

Summer is just around the corner, and with all the fun in the sun that comes along with this adventurous season, there are just as many—if not more—dangers to be wary of. Taking the proper precautions ahead of time can … Continue reading

Tips to Keep Your Children Safe Over the Holidays

The holidays are a time for family get togethers, traditions, and treats. A lot of strange things will be introduced to your young ones for the first time. Unfortunately, children and new things sometimes add up to hospital visits. The following … Continue reading

Summer Sun Safety Tips

Warm, sunny days are wonderful, it is good get outdoors and to exercise outside, and the sun feels great on you skin. But the sun can harm you and your family. Too much sun exposure can cause dehydration, fever, damage … Continue reading

10 Tips for Having a Healthy and Safe Halloween in Northern Kentucky!

Halloween is a fun time of year for children and many adults. However, it is a time of year when we can over indulge in our favorite candy and a time when we are out walking around our neighborhoods well … Continue reading

Summer Safety TIps: More Kids Hurt on Bouncy Castles Than Rides

These days most places you take you kids you see a Bouncy House / Castles.  You see them at indoor playgrounds, carnivals, fairs and backyard gatherings. But did you know that bouncy castles accounted for 42 per cent of all amusement … Continue reading