BSA initiatives on the responsible use of medicine, on physical activity and on nutrition align with what the Surgeon General deems most important.
You can't learn how to perform CPR from a blog post. Consider the CPR guidelines here to be a jumping-off point before you take more-formal training.
The Boy Scouts of America this week launched the SCOUTStrong Be MedWise award, which encourages young people to learn about the responsible use of medicine.
What does your Scout unit do about prescription medication on Scout trips? Share your responses with the Scouting community in this Tuesday Talkback.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings saved a choking woman and pointed to his time in Scouting when explaining where he learned the abdominal thrusts he used.
This week (July 27 to Aug. 2, 2015) is Pool Safely Pledge Week, presented by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Does your unit need to travel in uniform for BSA insurance coverage? We asked the expert to settle this rumor once and for all.
William Bauman, whose Eagle Scout project was a campaign against texting and driving, has an important message for Scout leaders and parents.
The 2015 Guide to Safe Scouting is now available, including updates to the Safety Afloat, COPE/Climbing and transportation sections.
Water guns are OK for Scouts to shoot at targets only. They shouldn't be aimed or fired at one another, according to BSA policies.