Study: Fewer ER visits for kids who swallow wrong medicine
A new study suggests parents are doing a better job of keeping household medicines away from small children. Data from the Centers for Disease Control shows emergency room visits for kids who swallowed medicine while unsupervised have dropped steadily since 2010. The majority of these incidents involved prescription opioids, over-the-counter vitamins and painkillers.
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