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Partners in Kids Health: Poisonings: Prepare, Prevent and Protect

Your home should be a safe place for your family, but there are actually many hidden dangers. Our homes are filled with poisonous substances. Knowing the dangers and how to prevent them can keep kids safe. Ann Slattery is the director of the Alabama Poison Information Center at Children’s of Alabama. She says parents and grandparents ... Read More

Landscaping on a Budget

There’s just something about spring that has us all itching to up our curb appeal and yard game. Landscaping doesn’t have to be expensive. Whether you’re fixing up your yard for personal enjoyment or getting ready to sell, a little elbow grease and some creativity can create a beautiful outdoor space that enhances your home. ... Read More

Spring Cleaning Challenge with Stanley Steemer

Spring cleaning never felt so good! We’re here with a 4-week cleaning challenge to give you the motivation to get your home as fresh as the springtime air. Let’s kick off week one and get organized! It’s always easier to clean when starting with a blank canvas. By organizing first, you’ll make it more manageable ... Read More

Children’s of Alabama Offering Virtual Safety Programming to Schools

Schools across Alabama may now schedule virtual safety programming through Children’s of Alabama to help children avoid accidental injury. This programming, which has traditionally been held in person, is conducted by the Safe Kids Alabama Division at Children’s of Alabama. The Safe Kids Alabama mission is to prevent unintentional injury in Alabama children under 19 ... Read More

Car Cleaning Tips You Need To Know

From Spring break trips to carpooling to ALL of the extra-curricular activities, our car is bound to be messy and in need of a thorough cleaning from time to time. From the lost goldfish crumbs to the candy wrappers and dog hair, our friends at Stanley Steemer have some tips to get our car back ... Read More

Red Mountain Theatre Company: Summer Camp Spotlight

Red Mountain Theatre camps teach theatrical craft while providing performance opportunities for youth. The curriculum includes vocal, dance, and drama training and culminates in a sharing where students perform for live audiences. Here are their options for 2021 Summer Camps: Play Making: Fancy Nancy $180 Ages 4-6 Budding artists are allowed to let their imaginations ... Read More

Partners in Kids Health: Fever

Parents can understandably be concerned when their child doesn’t feel well and has a fever. But how high is too high? When should a parent treat a fever at home and when should they seek medical help? Dr. Mark Baker is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Children’s of Alabama and works in the Emergency ... Read More

Spring Cleaning Tips for Busy Moms

The idea of deep cleaning your home can be overwhelming, especially for Moms who are already busy with the day to day of the constant picking up of toys and wiping down of the tiny humans. But if you put a plan in place, and take it room by room you can get your Spring ... Read More