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Pot poisoning

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February 3, 2014
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From cookies to candy to lollipops -- all of these could be deadly for your kids. With the increase in availability of medical marijuana, there has also been a rise in accidental cannabis poisonings by children. Find out how to keep pot away from kids.


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