Going fishing and/or eating fish is a common activity. But did you know that certain fish can cause poisonings in humans?
Poison Safety Archive
Herbicides, also known as weed killers, are a common household product. The spring season brings warmer weather and a chance to spend more time outside. You may also notice more weeds growing in your lawn or garden. Learn more about herbicides.
Camphor is a chemical used in a variety of medicines and household products around the world. It is commonly used in creams for its cooling sensation and to provide relief for coughs, itching, cold sores, or sore muscles.
Many people enjoy gardening. It’s a fun hobby with endless options of plants to choose from! Succulents are popular garden additions. They are valued for their hardiness, meaning they thrive in different temperatures, levels of light, and time between watering.
People often think that poison centers are only for little kids, but that’s not true. Poison centers are for everyone, including tweens and teens. It’s important that tweens and teens are familiar with safety tips and tools to keep themselves safe.
At the Maryland Poison Center (MPC), we talk a lot about poisons that are swallowed. But did you know we manage other types of poison exposures, too? Let’s look at other ways a person can be exposed to a poison, such as inhalation exposures.
If your child eats dish soap or a piece of a plant, who would you call? Hopefully your local poison center came to mind. But what happens if your furry family member eats something they shouldn’t? There are two animal poison centers- ASPCA Animal Poison Control and Pet Poison Helpline.