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Keep children safe from poisons in your home- From Farmers Friendly Voice

Young children typically put all kinds of things in their mouths — it’s part of how they learn. Unfortunately, many household products can be deadly if swallowed, and extremely harmful (if not poisonous) when inhaled or put in contact with the skin or eyes.  Children move very quickly so it’s critical to take preventive steps so your young child is less likely to get his or her tiny hands on the wrong thing. 520 more words


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If there was ever a question in my mind about my husband’s love for me, he smashed it today.

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I’ve completely been overdoing it the past few weeks.   553 more words


5 Most Important Contacts To Have During An Emergency

Thanks to modern technology, nobody memorizes phone numbers any more and phone books are a thing of the past. All our friends, family, associates and acquaintances are at our fingertips with a simple scroll and excessive memory space can create an infinite contact list. 453 more words

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Easter is a time of joyous celebration for many.  Much planning goes into family gatherings and the fun, food and festivities to be enjoyed by children and adults alike.  59 more words


Infant and Child Safety: Poison control measures around the house

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Certain medications and substances we commonly keep in our households can quickly become a serious health threat if the wrong hands get ahold of them—infants and children. 319 more words

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Keeping Pets Safe: National Animal Poison Prevention Week

National Animal Poison Prevention Week is March 15-21

For more than 50 years and since it’s inception by Congress in 1961, the third week of March has been designated as National Poison Prevention Week. 582 more words

What's it say when Poison Control recognizes your voice?

When my middle daughter was 3, she went through a phase of ingesting anything that had a slight resemblance to food.  She wouldn’t eat leaves or anything like that, but here’s an example: 379 more words