poison

It’s easy to make a difference... simply share poison prevention information with your family, friends, coworkers and community! #PracticePrevention
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Most young children can tell you poisons are bad, but the same children also think their homes don’t have poisons in them. It’s imperative that parents and caregivers take extra precautions to protect children from being exposed to potentially poisonous substances.
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Young children learn about the world around them by touch and taste. Often what they can hold on to will find its way into their mouth. Have you thought about the dangers to children that might be hiding inside your purse?
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Children under the age of five are at an increased risk for foodborne illness and related health complications because their immune systems are still developing. Young children with developing immune systems cannot fight off infections as well as adults can. Additionally, young children produce less stomach acid that kills harmful bacteria, making it easier for them to get sick.
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News


Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/24/2019
T.E.A.C.H. scholarship for early childhood educators.
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Posted by ICCRR in News on 5/15/2019
Recognizing the Workforce Behind the Workforce - Why increasing compensation for the early childhood workforce should be one of your priorities.
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