Nearly a dozen California teens have been hospitalized with severe reactions after chewing the plant or concentrating it into a tea form.
We all do it. At the pool, the lake or the ocean, we keep a watchful eye on our kids, ready to leap into the water if we see any signs of drowning. Unfortunately, we're not scanning the waters for the right clues.
Seventy kids have drowned in the United States since Memorial Day ... and there have been 80 near-drownings. Every year, 300 children younger than 5 drown in pools and spas. Here's how to keep your kids safe.
Who's really charged with disciplining cyberbullies -- the schools, or the parents?
More and more schools are finding themselves in an awkward predicament.
In the past two weeks, we've heard several stories of kids tragically dying or being critically injured during the World Cup.
More than 200,000 kids a year are injured on playgrounds. The National Playground Safety Institute has developed a list of 12 "dirty dozen" hazards that parents should look out for.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that about 37,000 kids and adults go to the emergency room every year because of some sort of lawnmower accident.