Health Briefs TV Presents a Segment Dedicated to Poison Prevention

Every minute of every day, a poison control center takes a call from a worried adult about a young child getting into medicine.

Coral Springs, FL, March 15, 2014 --( Health Briefs TV presents a segment focusing on poison prevention for families with young children. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, a global group dedicated to preventing child injuries, three out of four emergency room visits for medicine poisoning in kids are from parents’ or grandparents’ medication. The bottles and tubes are usually easy to open and kept in purses, on kitchen tables and counters – where young children can easily get them. The compelling cable television show will remind viewers of other bathroom items which can be poisonous such as diaper rash ointment and eye drops, and provides poison prevention solutions. The show will air later this year on most regional and national cable television networks in North America.

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Kyra Burton