Helpful topics and resources for new parents.
So you have a little crawler and it’s time to babyproof your home. You clip your cabinets, remove the choking hazards, and plug the outlets. This is...
A quick search online reveals much confusion regarding non-standard drowning such as dry drowning and secondary drowning. These potentially fatal...
The option to homeschool has always been available to parents, but recently, it’s become an increasingly popular option. The COVID-19 pandemic has...
Children are naturally curious. And while we generally consider that one of the most beautiful aspects of childhood, it’s also one of the biggest...
Once you become a parent, your kid’s safety is your number one priority. You break a sweat installing the car seat, you lose sleep to make sure...
Learning CPR can seem like a daunting task, especially considering the responsibility that could fall to you, should you ever have to use your CPR...
Difference between cold and flu. What to do if you get the cold or the flu this holiday season.
How to manage cold symptoms. How to manage flu symptoms.
A good online CPR course will be: Accredited, convenient, comprehensive, fast, and will include choking relief.
Background checks, credit history reports, driving records, known aliases…if parents had their way, they’d have access to all this information (and more) when hiring a new babysitter.
Simple and practical gift ideas for new parents during the holiday season.
This article covers non-food items and food items that present the most risk for choking. It also covers what to do in the event of a choking child.
The proper ratio for chest compressions is 30 compressions for every 2 breaths. This should be done to the beat of the song “staying alive.”
Start CPR on a child or infant if they are unresponsive or not breathing. Performing CPR on a responsive child is extremely dangerous.
CPR is one of those things that everyone should know how to do—even if everyone hopes they’ll never have to use it. This is especially true for...
Stock up. Deep Clean. Choose a doctor. Learn CPR. Prepare a sleeping area. Learn how to prepare for a new baby.
Yes, a baby can sleep with a pacifier. But there are guidelines you need to follow to make it as safe as possible.
Everything you need to know about the best sleeping positions for babies based on scientific research.
Covers age appropriate bedding, sleep sacks, swaddling, suffocation, and SIDS prevention techniques.
Sleep position, room temperature, pregnancy, demographic, CPR. 6 ways to assess the risk of SIDS and reduce it.
What should go in your first aid kit when you’re on the go?
With Covid-19, we are more aware than ever of germs. Here’s how to best protect your home.
We answer all your questions around breastfeeding during Covid-19. Is it safe?
Covers the optimal temperature for your baby’s sleep. How to reduce risk of SIDS.