Poison Prevention Tips

 

  • Poison Prevention Tips

 

  • Store medicines and products in their original containers.

 

  • Lock medicines and household products where children cannot see or reach them.

 

  • Use child-resistant packaging.

 

  • Replace the caps tightly.

 

  • Store household products in a different place from food and medicine.

 

  • Keep purses and briefcases out of children’s reach.

 

 

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We have had nearly three hundred cases of Mumps in central Ohio recently, and now Measles is making a resurgence in many states, including Ohio. This is happening because more people are refusing to have their children vaccinated with the MMR vaccine.

Some parents believe they are “protecting” their children and doing them a favor. Their views are based on a faulty and refuted study by a British doctor several years ago. People still believe in this study and other misinformation promoted by celebrities and Internet writers with extremist views.

 

Increasing objection to vaccines, more common global travel, and increased immigration increase your children’s risks of contracting disease. Mumps can cause deafness and sterility and Measles can prove fatal, especially if contracted in the first year of life.

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I am imploring all of my patients’ parents to vaccinate their children with an MMR at age one year and then again at four to six years. Vaccines are the most studied biologicals in the history of mankind and have been deemed to be safe, effective, and the only way to stem this disturbing tide.

 

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DIAGNOSIS OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood behavioral disorders. It is estimated that 10% of American school children are presently considered to have ADHD to some degree, an incidence that places it ahead of asthma and most infectious diseases. The problem can persist into adolescence and adulthood. It takes a great toll on children's abilities to learn effectively in school, and on their families' happiness.

 

 

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