Did you know that more than 60,000 children go to the emergency room every year due to medication poisonings?
The most common poisonings you hear of are from over-the counter medications, cleaning supplies, and personal products we use on a day to day basis. All of these poisonings can happen when a child touches or ingests one of them, while youre not watching. When left unattended, children of all ages, have access to bigger and larger things. Opened purses with medication loose throughout, poisonous things left out on countertops and tables.
Here are some tips to keep any of these things happeneing to your children:
- When storing any type of medication, make sure you store up high in a no reach zone for your children.
- When taking your daily medications, remember to put them away, instead of leaving them out.
- Never tell children that their medication is candy, you don't want to give them the wrong idea.
- When closing a medication bottle, listen for the click so you know it is closed completley.
- When having guests, ask them to leave any form of medication or toxic item in their vehicle instead of bringing it into your home.
Lets all remember that children love to play with things they are not suppose to. Please try one of the tips I have listed above and see if it makes a difference for you and your family in the long run. who knows you could stop a medical emergency from happening by using one of the tips above.
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