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Poison Prevention Week

Talking About Keeping Medicine Safe Around Children? Make Sure to Include Grandparents

Kate Carr | Posted 05.20.2014 | Parents
Kate Carr

All it takes is that one time when we leave our medicine on a nightstand, in a purse on the floor or on the kitchen counter in a pill box without a child resistant cap to put a curious child at risk.

For Young Kids, Medicine Poisoning Can Happen Faster Than You Think

Kate Carr | Posted 05.22.2013 | Parents
Kate Carr

Regardless of how it happens, it only takes a few seconds for curious children to get into medicine that could make them very sick or worse. That's why it's important to take a look around your house to make sure all medicines and vitamins are up and away and out of sight.

Pet Poisons From A-Z

Posted 03.23.2012 | Green

From Dr. Mary Fuller for Vetstreet.com: No one intends for it to happen: A purse is left on the floor, and within minutes, your Boston Terrier is...