March 19-25, 2017

As any parent knows, toddlers get into everything!

Unfortunately, their desire to explore also extends to products that can be harmful. In 2015, more than 84,000 children were seen in the ER due to unintended pediatric poisoning. More than 80% of these incidents occurred in the home and most often with these five products: aspirin, blood pressure medications, laundry packets, antidepressants and ibuprofen.

When young children reach for the red candy aspirin in mom’s (…)

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[post_thumbnail]In 2012, CPSC staff has learned of about 500 incidents involving children and adults who were injured by single-load laundry packets

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[post_thumbnail]The Safety 1st Push ‘N Snap Cabinet Locks are being recalled because young children can open the locks and get access to the cabinets.

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