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As any parent will tell you, children are a curious bunch, and that curiosity can sometimes spell danger. In this brief, 3-minute video, Seattle Children's Emergency Department doctor Suzan Mazor, MD, teaches parents how to keep their home poison-free and reduce the chances of their child suffering an accidental poisoning.
Ask KOMO: Window Safety6.1.09
Dr. Tony Woodward discusses the steps you can take in your home to prevent window falls.
Button Battery Safety Tips6.14.10
Get safety tips for preventing children from accidentally swallowing small lithium "button" batteries. Includes a list of symptoms to look for if you think your child may have ingested a battery, and instructions on what to do.
Find out by selecting your child’s symptom or health condition in the list below:
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