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Plant Safety

Plant Safety

Categories: Poison Awareness

How to prevent poisoning from plants Teach your children never to put berries or any part of a plant including leaves, flowers, stems, bulbs, or seeds into their mouths without

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Saskatchewan Poisoning Statistics

Saskatchewan Poisoning Statistics

Categories: Poison Awareness

Each year the Poison and Drug Information Service (PADIS) releases an annual report. Here are some findings from the most recent report of 2015: According to the Saskatchewan Poison Centre,

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Household Hazards

Household Hazards

Categories: Poison Awareness

There are a variety of poisons hiding in your home at all times. Here is a list of potentially poisonous items which can be found in your home. Consider walking through your home to make sure these items are properly stored. Lock these items in a cupboard out of sight and out of reach of your child.

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Poison Prevention Week

Poison Prevention Week

Categories: Poison Awareness

Poison Prevention Week is from March 19 to 25, 2017. Unintentional poisoning is one of the leading causes of injury among children. It is estimated that seven children age 14 years and under die every year in Canada from poisoning. In addition, another 1,700 are hospitalized for serious injuries. Preventing unintentional poisoning is crucial.

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Always remember to follow the 2V1 Rule

Always remember to follow the 2V1 Rule

Protect you head with a helmet. Always remember to follow the 2V1 Rule. The helmet should rest 2 finger widths above the eyebrow, the straps should be snug, and the

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Introduction to Acquired Brain Injury Series

Introduction to Acquired Brain Injury Series

The Introduction to Acquired Brain Injury Series is designed to provide a basic level of knowledge for healthcare workers and other service providers, brain injury survivors, caregivers, and anyone else

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