• Teaching Kids About Bug Safety
    Contrary to popular practice, bug safety does not mean swatting every creepy-crawly you see. Make sure you and your kids know both the good and the bad about our local bugs – and how to stay safe. Start with these four critters.
  • The Alarming Truth About Child Drownings in North Texas
    In 2015, 75 Texas children drowned, nearly half of which occurred in pools. Dallas County accounted for nine of those deaths — more than any other county in the state. Denton, Collin and Tarrant counties accounted for another 12 deaths.
  • Thick as Air
    The most worrisome air-quality culprit is ground-level ozone, formed when pollutants bake under the North Texas sun.
  • What Parents Need to Know About Concussions
    Concussions are a big deal, and they can happen anytime, anywhere. We talked to a local neurologist to find out what we need to know about concussions and how to keep our kids safe.
  • Toxic Furniture
    Furniture manufacturers use flame-retardant chemicals to make sure furniture passes an open-flame test. But these chemicals are a danger to your family.
  • Parties and Food Allergies
    Parties can be a major hazard for kids with food allergies. Whether you’re hosting a kid child with a food allergy or it’s your kid who has to watch what he eats, these 10 tips will help you keep everyone safe while still having fun.
  • Surviving Winter Cold Season
    When treating your little ones with a case of a winter cold, put down the Dimetapp...There are new ways to fight illness that you need to know about.
  • Protecting Kids from Toxic Chemicals
  • Made in the Shade
    Sunglasses protect your family from eye damage related to UV rays. Let your sunglasses be more than a fashion statement this year.
  • Indoor Playground Safety
    Indoor playgrounds are a great place to let kids burn off steam, if you follow a few health and safety guidelines.
  • The Alarming Rise in Food Allergies
    Eating has become a risky business for millions of kids. We investigate why food allergies are on the rise and how we can keep our kids safe.

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