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.
Prevent Mold in Your Home
Learn how to keep your home free of mold with the help of WebMD.
Childproof Your Home
WebMD offers tips on how to childproof your home.
Home Safety Tips for People With Epilepsy
What can you do to make your haven safer? Get suggestions for different rooms in your home to avoid getting hurt if you have a seizure.
Preparing Your Children for Baby's Arrival
WebMD offers tips on helping you prepare your other children for the arrival of a new baby.
New Pool Safety Gadgets Help Prevent Drowning
Children between the ages of 1 and 4 are most at risk for drowning, and adult supervision often isn't enough to prevent it.
Germs in the Bedroom
Germs are often spread through shared toys. Try these 10 tips to beat bacteria in the bedroom and playroom.
Get Ready -- Baby's on the Way!
Whether it's your first child or a new sibling for other children, there's so much to think about and get done. We help you sort through the to-do list.
The kitchen and bathroom are two of your home's most hazardous areas, where curious toddlers can easily find attractively packaged toxic agents.