Whether you’re buying a child’s costume or making one, keep a few safety considerations in mind.Read More
Why injury? It's this simple: more children die from injuries every year than from the next three leading causes of death combined. Nobody knows this because no one is talking about it. In the U.S., one child dies every hour from an injury that could have been prevented. Around the world, a child dies every 30 seconds as the result of an injury. You don’t need to have a child to know that we can do better.
It's September. Have you talked to your kids about safe routes to school?Read More
Team Up Day encourages young athletes to look out for each other by reporting the signs of concussion to coaches, parents, and others.Read More
We know Friday night football seems like it’s 100 yards away, but now is the time to think about football helmet safety.Read More
We’re awarding this Round of Applause to Taylor because of his ingenuity, creative thinking, and motivation to take on an issue he saw come up in his everyday life.Read More
Every day in the U.S. a child is hospitalized because they swallowed the contents of a laundry detergent packet.Read More
As your kids start to get outside more and walk to school, friends’ houses, or other locations, it’s a good idea to review some safety rules.Read More
If you have a child or a child visits your house often, here are some easy steps you can take to prevent window falls.Read More
It’s Brain Injury Awareness Month, so we are giving a hearty Round of Applause to the Brain Injury Association of America.Read More
"A change in the sleep cycle during the teenage years makes it very difficult for teens to get a healthy amount of sleep if their school starts early."Read More
Many people have no idea that TV and furniture tip-over injuries are so common.Read More
Food and drinks can be hot enough to cause major injuries to a child.Read More
How can we protect the players while still allowing them to play a sport they love?Read More
"As we move on to 2016, look back at what you’ve done and keep building on those little steps."Read More
"Happy Holidays"Read More
If you are traveling to the home of someone who doesn’t have kids or has kids that are different ages than yours, a little planning ahead of time can help keep your visit safer and more enjoyable for everyone.Read More
Today, we give a Round of Applause to someone who saw a problem and took action. Really, that someone isn’t just one person – it’s two.Read More
Happy Thanksgiving from End Injury!
Thanksgiving is a time for families and friends to gather together in celebration. With all the people and activity, it’s important to follow some simple safety steps to keep the day full of joy. Learn what you can do to stay safer with these Thanksgiving safety tips from the National Fire Protection Association.
Parents may not believe that their children will actually reach for, squeeze, or bite into laundry detergent packets, but yes, it really does happen.Read More
"It is better to look ahead and prepare than to look back and regret."Read More