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2022 Car Seat Laws

After analyzing over 10 years of vehicle crash data, the American Academy of Pediatrics has concluded: “The most dangerous thing that U.S. children do as part of daily life is ride in a car. Motor vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death for children 4 years and older.”   2022 Car Seat Laws helps […]

529 College Savings

Patricia Roberts is Chief Operating Officer at Gift of College, Inc., and author of Route 529: A Parents Guide to Saving for College. Patricia is on a mission to educate other parents about the value of planning ahead! One of the most substantial financial challenges parents will face is saving for their children’s education expenses. For that reason, opening […]

3 Ways to Contact Poison Control

Dr. Kelly Johnson-Arbor is board certified in Emergency Medicine, Medical Toxicology, and Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine. Currently, she serves as the medical director of hyperbaric medicine at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC. She is co-medical director of National Capital Poison Center. Below Dr. Johnson Arbor shares expertise on how parents can avoid poisons and […]

Poison Control Tips for New Parents

 If you suspect baby has been poisoned, either by ingestion, skin contact or by breathing in toxic fumes, follow these tips while you wait for help to arrive.  Once mobile, babies can quickly get into everything. It’s important to baby proof before baby is on the move. Change the batteries in your carbon monoxide detector, […]