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Vanderbilt experts advise keeping safety in mind when buying toys

Because you don’t need an ambulance coming down Santa Claus Lane

Vanderbilt experts say there are potential hazards associated with using glow sticks.

Glow sticks are creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky. Here’s how to be sure they’re also safe.

Vanderbilt experts urge caution when using the popular items to light the night

Reassurance for parents on monkeypox risk for children

While cases of monkeypox in the United States are on the rise and impacting primarily adults, some parents are concerned about the safety of their children

Children’s Hospital sees increase in children poisoned by THC in marijuana edibles

They resemble candy. They taste like candy. Some children have ended up in intensive care.

Enjoy burgers? Better use tick repellent.

The lone star tick continues to be common across a wide swath of this region, and a bite can give you an allergy to red meat.

After an explosion almost cost her son his hand, one mother has a warning about the danger of fireworks: “They are explosives. They are dangerous.”

“No one ever expects something to happen to your own child.”

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