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Top Tips for Medicine Safety in Your Home

Top Tips for Medicine Safety in Your Home

Moms, do you keep medicine in your purse? Parents, do you have diaper rash cream within arm’s reach of the changing table? Have you ever shared medicine with a friend, like painkillers? Or missed a dose of a medicine so you took two to make up for it?

It’s instances like these that result in 1.34 million calls to poison centers for children each year. Watch the following video and read the below tips to help keep you and your children from being a statistic:

Top Tips for Parents of Little Kids Ages 5 and Under

Top Tips for Parents of Big Kids Ages 6 to 10

Top Tips for Parents of Pre-Teens and Teens 11 and Up

Top Tip for Everyone

[Courtesy of Safe Kids Worldwide. www.safekids.org]

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