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Small child reaching for household cleaners

Keep them safe from household hazards

Categories: Children's Health  /  Emergency care  /  News

Almost all poisonings take place in the home. More than half involve kids younger than age 6. The experts at the South Texas Poison Center, located at UT Health San Antonio, recommends that if you THINK someone has been poisoned, call 1-800-222-1222 for advice and consultation. Don’t wait for the person you’re worried about to look or feel sick before seeking help. And don’t try home remedies on your own. To prevent poisonings in the first place, here are a few recommendations aimed at keeping your family safe from harm: Never leave small children alone in a room with cleaning, …Read More >

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