Poison Prevention Week is a campaign that is focused on preventing the unintentional and accidental poisoning and exposure to toxic substances, which is achieved by raising awareness and promoting prevention.
There is an ever-growing list of substances that exist in our homes that are or could potentially be toxic, especially with the coronavirus pandemic where corrosive substances are readily available. These can include cleaning supplies (when combined), prescription or over the counter drugs, or anything that can be consumed by an unknowing child. More than 90% of incidents involving poison occur in residences, and most involve children. Basic everyday items, such as laundry detergent, hand sanitizer, and even vitamins, are three of the most common sources of poisoning.
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