Child safety at home
Our first test of digital thermometers reveals the models you can trust to deliver accurate temperature readings. We've reviewed thermometers from Braun, Boots, Tommee Tippee and Vital Baby and more, to see which ones are best.
Head lice and nits are a common occurrence in children, passed around when they meet up, whether it's in school, playgrounds or at family gatherings. But were they still being infected in 2020 and early 2021, even though we had little opportunity to socialise because of lockdowns? Our latest survey of head lice treatment use reveals an interesting picture.
Which? has carried out a survey of parents to find out whereabouts in the garden trampolines cause the most accidents among children - and what the most common accidents are.
We explain why features such as temperature sensors, sound sensitive lights and lullaby functions are useful to have on a baby monitor.
New Which? research has revealed more than 40% of the toys we tested from AliExpress, Amazon Marketplace, eBay and Wish failed safety tests and are dangerous.
After Which? experts identified a pair of stair gates so unsafe they were labeled 0% Don't Buys, crucial changes have been made to both to ensure they now pass our rigorous lab tests.
Fisher-Price has recalled it's 2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Glider following reports of four infant deaths in the United States that were associated with a similar product. Find out how to get a refund if you own this product.
Make sure your garden and outside spaces are safe for your children to play in with our tips and advice to reduce outdoor risks and hazards.
Whether you’re spending more time in the garden or travelling to see friends and relatives, it’s important to not let your guard down when it comes to your baby or toddler’s safety. Find out what key hazards you need to watch out for this summer.
This Hauck safety barrier had previously been flagged by Which? as having a problem with the autoclose