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12 tips to help keep kids safe this summer

With warm weather upon us, we compiled a list of basic tips, with help from our injury prevention experts, to keep kids safe all summer.

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Minnesota spring means ticks, health risks

With ticks come high rates of tick-borne illness such as Lyme disease. Get the facts and learn how to prevent tick-borne illnesses.

Poison prevention

8 tips to prevent poisoning

In recognition of Poison Prevention Awareness Week, we've gathered tips from our experts.

New Year's resolutions

10 fun, healthy New Year’s resolutions for kids

People everywhere make plans to write that new chapter tomorrow in the form of diet, exercise or habits. But what about New Year’s resolutions for kids?

Boundaries for safe play

Define safe boundaries for kids and play

Encouraging learning and exploration will increase your child’s confidence and creativity, and defining safe boundaries and rules will keep parents and kids happy.

Safety kids cars

Don’t leave kids in the car

Forgetting a child in the car can happen for one of two reasons: we don’t realize the danger, or we find ourselves distracted.

Raising kids with the Internet as a co-parent

The main difference between new parents in 2015 compared to years ago is the Internet — offering a mixed bag of benefits and burdens to the ancient art of parenting.

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The importance of play — for kids and adults

Play is important for all age groups, not just those adorable preschoolers. We need to incorporate this in everything we do, for teens, parents and staff.

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Prepare your child’s sleep for daylight saving time

Preparation is the key to minimize the impact of daylight saving time on your child’s sleep patterns.

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’Tis the season – for injury?

A new study found that, nationally, toy-related injuries are sending another child to the emergency room every three minutes.