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Poisoning Information

Chicken Food Poisoning Treatments

If you've recently eaten chicken and you're suffering from symptoms of diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, appetite loss, fever and fatigu...

Fern Plants that are Not Poisonous to Children

Delicate, luxuriant ferns add a tropical look to your home. To a young child, though, ferns may look tempting to touch or taste. U...

Houseplants That Are Poisonous to Children

Houseplants add color and life to your home. According to the Colorado State University Extension, plants also help keep the air i...

Ink Poisoning Symptoms

Ink is generally not considered a poisonous substance. Under normal use, ink poisoning is unlikely. Irritation is a bigger possibi...

Can You Get Potassium Poisoning From Bananas?

Bananas are one of the best sources of dietary potassium. A large banana provides 487 mg of this mineral, according to the U.S. De...

Poisonous Effects of Castor Beans

Castor beans come from the castor oil plant, a flowering member of the spurge family of plants grown commercially to produce casto...

Is Potassium Chloride a Poison?

Potassium chloride, a salt substitute, simulates sodium chloride or salt to add flavor to food. As with any chemical ingested in s...

Poisons From Aluminum Cookware

Aluminum cookware has been around for a long time, but in the 1960s, safety concerns began to be raised over possible leaching of ...

What Are the Treatments for Poison Sumac?

Poison sumac is a plant containing urushiol, an oily substance that quickly penetrates the skin upon contact and causes an extreme...

Raw Oysters and Food Poisoning

Contaminated foods, including raw oysters, cause illness in approximately 48 million Americans every year, according to a 2011 rep...
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