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🚫 NEVER mix chemicals - it could create a toxic gas. 💨 Only handle chemicals in a well-ventilated space. 🔒 Keep products up and away from pets and kids, preferably in a locked area.
Call your poison control center for immediate assistance with any bite or sting.
Call your poison control center for help with any plant poisoning.
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Call your poison control center for immediate assistance in case of exposure.
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Call your poison control center any time, for any medication mistakes.
Poison specialists are doctors, nurses, and pharmacists with extensive training in managing poisoned patients.
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E-cigarette liquid can be harmful to children.
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