Health and Safety Tips
Both parents and teenagers need to work together to keep teen drivers safe behind the wheel.
The Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) is piloting a program to provide gun-safety assistance to anyone who keeps a firearm in their home.
Remembering that healthy cooking for your family is important year-round can be a challenge, particularly this time of year.
The Injury Prevention Program at CHaD provides these guidelines to help you determine if your child is ready to use a booster seat.
Learn how to determine if a car accessory, like a toy or seat cover, is safe to use with your baby's car seat.
In this video, learn some tips about reading to your kids.
In this video, Dr. Roxcy and Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock have some great tips on how to keep your smile looking fresh and healthy.
The ice and snow make us go faster, and increase the risk of head injury. Here are tips on the right helmet for the right winter activity.
Each year, 184 children in the United States die each year due to carbon monoxide poisoning and more than 20,000 children visit the emergency room.
Dr. Roxcy has some very important winter sports safety tips to keep you and your kids safe while enjoying winter activities this season.