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Should schools "profile" all students to identify those who may become violent?
Yes: No:

Quick reference medical handouts used by Pediatric offices


Commonly Ingested Nontoxic Substances


Remember, if you have any questions regarding something your child has ingested, contact your pediatrician's office or the nearest poison control center immediately.

Personal Care Products Household Items Miscellaneous
Bubble Bath Thermometers1 Play-Doh
Soap Ball-point Pen ink Silly Putty
Lipstick Crayons Teething rings
Hand Lotion Chalk Watercolor
Suntan Lotion Candles
Perfume/Cologne Pencils/Erasers
Eye Makeup Ink marking pens
Toothpaste Laundry Detergent
Deodorant Fabric Softener
Other cosmetics Household Bleach2

1The mercury is safe, the glass is potentially harmful
2As long as the bleach contains less than 5% sodium hypochlorite

 

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