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Toddlers Mistake Laundry Detergent TidePods for Candy, Get Poisoned

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May 24, 2012
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TidePods, a new single-dose form a laundry detergent, are poisoning children around the country. The cute and colorful design is appealing to toddlers and it is being mistaken for candy. Toxicologists say they aren't sure what it is in the product that is causing the poisoning, but Gillian Pensavalle has a hunch that it's probably the laundry detergent. 


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