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Pop-A-Lock™ PALSavesKids™ FREE Program Rescues Over 350,000 Children Trapped In Automobiles

Pop-A-Lock™ PALSavesKids™ FREE Program Rescues Over 350,000 Children Trapped In Automobiles
America's largest security company, today announced its PALSavesKids™ program has rescued over 350,000 children locked in their caregivers' automob...

How does a parent forget a child in a car? A neuroscientist explains

How does a parent forget a child in a car? A neuroscientist explains
Dr. David Diamond is a neuroscientist and professor at the University of South Florida. He’s studied memory for 40 years and spent the last 15 rese...

You'd Never Forget Your Child in the Car, Right?

You'd Never Forget Your Child in the Car, Right?
Most of us think we're incapable of making such a horrible mistake, but it’s frighteningly easy to leave your child in the car. Learn the facts abo...

Toddler’s death in hot car calls for compassion, not outrage

Toddler’s death in hot car calls for compassion, not outrage
There are no words. There are no words for the ache in every parent’s heart when they read a headline about a child dying in a hot car. There are ...

He thought he dropped them off at daycare. His 1-year-old twins died after he left them in a hot car.

He thought he dropped them off at daycare. His 1-year-old twins died after he left them in a hot car.
New York (CNN)The father whose 1-year-old twins died after he left them in a hot carfor eight hours told authorities he thought he dropped them off...

Parents say they would never, ever forget their child in a car on a hot day.

Parents say they would never, ever forget their child in a car on a hot day.
From a neuroscientific perspective, forgetting a child is analogous to when you’re driving home from work and you intend to stop along the way to go to the store, but by the time you arrive home you realized you never stopped at the store as intended