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      9 medicine safety tips for parents

      For National Poison Prevention Week, we’re outlining the best ways to store your OTC and prescription medication to keep little ones out of harm’s way.

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      Pop quiz: Storing medications on a high shelf will keep kids safe, right?

      Not so fast.
      In about 50% of OTC poisoning cases, a child climbed on a chair or some other item to reach the medication.

      To help avoid this kind of situation, check out this handy guide—and checklist—for how best to keep your kids safe.

      Learn more about medicine safety at Safe Kids.

      9 Medicine Safety Tips for Parents

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