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Question and answers to help prevent poisonings


Q: What are some of the most common poisoning situations?
A: The majority of poisonings happen to children under age 6 when they taste things around the house. Several factors work together to create a poisoning situation:
Ÿ?? a change in normal supervision or Ÿ??Vacation PoisoningŸ? (also happens at parties, family reunions, visitors )
Ÿ?? poison is available due to current use (adult is using product and leaves it unguarded)
Ÿ?? poison Ÿ??look-alikesŸ? (pills look like candy, liquid poisons look like drinks)