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Staying Safe

Summer Safety Center

Driving

5 Ways to Get Drivers to Stop Texting
Babysitting: Driving Kids
Bad-Weather Driving
I Just Got My License - Now What?
Jamming the Traffic
Learning to Drive: Tips and Advice (Video)
Road Tripping
Texting on the Move
The Keys to Defensive Driving
What to Do After a Car Accident

First Aid & Injuries

5 Tips for Surviving Shots
Ankle Sprains
Bug Bites and Stings
Casts and Splints
Chiggers
Concussions
Cuts, Scratches, and Scrapes
Dealing With a Knocked-Out Tooth
Dealing With Broken Bones
Dealing With Burns
Dealing With Cuts and Wounds
Dealing With Falls
Dealing With Sports Injuries
Dehydration
Finding Low-Cost Medical Care
I Got Blisters From a Sunburn. What Should I Do?
Knee Injuries
Nosebleeds
Poison Ivy
Repetitive Stress Injuries
Serious Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis)
Splinters
Testicular Injuries
Why Did I Feel Like Throwing Up After Stepping on a Nail?

Safety Basics

911 Emergencies
Babysitting: Bathtime
Babysitting: Emergencies
Bike Safety
Camping Basics
Earbuds
Farm Safety
Figuring Out Health News
Fireworks Safety
Internet Safety: Safe Surfing Tips for Teens
Keeping Your Cool in the Cold and Snow
Protecting Your Online Identity and Reputation
Rape
Self-Defense
Sports and Exercise Safety
Tanning
Technology: 5 Ways To Reboot Yourself
Texting on the Move
Travel Tips
Water Safety

Sports Safety

Dehydration
Dynamic Stretching (Video)
Groin Strain
Hip Pointer
Meniscus Tears
Safety Tips: Baseball
Safety Tips: Basketball
Safety Tips: Cheerleading
Safety Tips: Football
Safety Tips: Golf
Safety Tips: Gymnastics
Safety Tips: Hockey
Safety Tips: Inline Skating
Safety Tips: Running
Safety Tips: Skateboarding
Safety Tips: Skiing
Safety Tips: Sledding
Safety Tips: Snowboarding
Safety Tips: Soccer
Safety Tips: Tennis
Sports and Exercise Safety
Strains and Sprains
What to Expect When Your Cast Comes Off