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When the temperature drops there is more to be concerned about than colds and the flu. There are some everyday chemicals in use in the winter that can pose a risk if they are swallowed, especially to children and pets.
As you begin spring cleaning and work on the yard, remember these tips to keep your family safe.
As you and your family enjoy more fun in the sun, be aware of some of the poison hazards outdoors and how to protect yourself from possible exposures.
Kids are back in school. Cold and flu season is here. Holidays are just around the corner. Here are some tips to help you prevent poisonings during this busy time of year.
Here are some simple precautions adults can take to help avoid poisonous exposures and ensure that children have a safe holiday.
Follow these simple food safety precautions to prevent food poisoning and ensure a delicious and safe meal for your family.
As you deck the halls, keep in mind these tips to keep everyone safe this holiday season.
Prevention for All Ages
Children act fact and so do poisons. Keep little ones safe with these tips.
Babysitting is a wonderful job and requires a lot of preparation. Here are some tips to keep the children you are babysitting poison-safe.
Being a teen brings new challenges but these tips can help keep them safe and healthy.
Adults can get poisoned, too. Most poisoning deaths happen to adults, not to children. These tips will protect you and your loved ones.
Senior adults call the poison center about themselves and their grandchildren. It can be hard to keep all of their medications straight, so check out these helpful tips.