Category: Water Safety

How to Prevent Drowning and Dry Drowning

How to Prevent Drowning and Dry Drowning

Drowning is the leading cause of injury-related death in children 1 to 4 and the second-leading cause in children 1 to 14.

11 Essential Swim Safety Tips

11 Essential Swim Safety Tips

When swimming, safety should always come first, which is why we’ve compiled some safety tips to keep summer fun in the water.

How to Stay Safe on a Personal Recreational Vehicle

How to Stay Safe on a Personal Recreational Vehicle

If your weekend or vacation plans include a personal recreational vehicle, we’ve got tips to help you and your family avoid the ER and stay safe while having fun.

How to Prevent Spring Injuries from Sidelining Your Family

How to Prevent Spring Injuries from Sidelining Your Family

Every year, more than 2.6 million children end up in emergency rooms with sports-related injuries, including broken bones and torn ligaments, bumps and bruises, concussions, eye injuries, heat-related injuries, scrapes and scratches and sprains and strains.

Know How to Avoid Water Injuries and Illnesses

Know How to Avoid Water Injuries and Illnesses

Summer in North Texas is in full swing and hopefully our Shark Week tips helped keep your little ones safe in the water. But wouldn’t you know it, there are plenty of other hazards in our pools, creeks, lakes and oceans that should concern us.

How to Keep Kids Safe This Summer with Pool Safety Rules

How to Keep Kids Safe This Summer with Pool Safety Rules

The warm weather of summer heralds the start of pool season, and unfortunately, young swimmers end up in the hospital every year. Childhood drowning is the leading cause of unintentional death in children age 1-4.