Dr. Linda Quan from Seattle Children’s Hospital explains that drowning is often silent, which makes it that much more dangerous.
Ever admonished your kids with this advice: “Don’t play in the streets!” The Seattle DOT is offering a chance to do just that through its pilot Play Streets program.
A Seattle Children's Hospital physician warns that leaving a child alone in the car can have deadly consequences, even on just a warm day and only for a few minutes.
Washington Trails Association staff offer tips for letting your kids explore the outdoors as safely as possible without quashing their fun.
A new study, co-authored by a Seattle Children’s Research Institute doc, reports that infants eating a typical diet consume unsafe levels of phthalates.
Free UW modules make the latest science in early learning easily accessible to parents and teachers.
My parents believed that a life lesson doesn't arrive on a silver spoon. More often than not, it punches you in the face – and if your nose gets bloody, so much the better.
Seattle Children's Doc Mollie Grow offers tips to help ease the anxiety that goes into preparing your child for camp – especially if it’s their first time.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack said a Republican plan to offer schools waivers from federal nutrition standards will bring back more sugar, fat and sodium to cafeterias.