Monthly Archives: November 2017

Top Holiday Safety Tips to Help Kids Have Fun and Stay Injury-Free

The holiday season is one of the most exciting times of the year for your little ones, but it’s also a time when kids can be at risk for injuries. More than 3,200 children are seen in emergency rooms for injuries caused by nonelectric Christmas decorations and another 500 kids a day are treated in… Read more »

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week Raises Awareness of Danger to Children

Invisible and odorless, carbon monoxide poisoning has proven to be a dangerous threat to American families with 400 people killed and 21,000 sent to emergency rooms due to unintentional poisonings every year. Young kids are at even greater risk, with a quarter of all CO-related calls to poison control centers in 2015 being for children…. Read more »

How to Talk to Family and Friends about Living Donation

If your child is on the waiting list for a liver transplant, it’s important to keep an open mind when it comes to living donation. A living donor can help your child receive a transplant sooner – saving their life. Sharing your child’s story and talking about their disease may be a challenge. How much… Read more »