Child Safety Proofing Directory
To prevent injuries at home, many parents try to childproof their homes with safety latches, outlet protectors, edge bumpers, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to babyproof or childproof your home and much more.
Keep Your Kids Healthy This Summer
Kids are more likely to gain extra weight in the summer. Don’t take a break from healthy choices about food, sleep, and exercise over vacation.
Tips to Prevent Poisoning in the Home
WebMD gives advice on keeping household poisons out of reach, and what to do in case of exposure to poisons.
Childproof Your Home
WebMD offers tips on how to childproof your home.
Setting Up a Safe Nursery
Tips on setting up your baby's nursery.
Gun Safety With Kids in the House
How do you make sure your kids are safe when you have guns in the house? Follow these tips for storing guns and talking to children about them.
Germs in the Bedroom
Germs are often spread through shared toys. Try these 10 tips to beat bacteria in the bedroom and playroom.
The kitchen and bathroom are two of your home's most hazardous areas, where curious toddlers can easily find attractively packaged toxic agents.
10 Rules for Baby-Proofing Your Marriage
Most new parents know they will eventually have to cover their electrical sockets and take other steps to baby-proof their home, but what they may not know is that it can be equally important to baby-proof their marriage.