The Maryland Poison Center has a variety of educational materials and poison safety information available.
Request A Mr. Yuk Packet for Your Home
Marylanders in our service area are invited to request poison safety information, Mr. Yuk stickers, telephone stickers, and a magnet for their home.
Maryland Poison Center Online Store
Marylanders in our service area can visit our online store to order educational materials in larger quantities. Limited quantities are available at no cost for most items. Materials available include: brochures, Mr. Yuk stickers, telephone stickers, magnets, posters, pencils, and teacher resource kits.
Every 8 Seconds Someone Needs A Poison Center...Could You Be Next?
Printed versions of this brochure are available in English and Spanish through the Maryland Poison Center's online store. Visit this section to download the brochure in additional languages.
Downloadable Information Sheets:
Explore the links below for poison prevention information that can be downloaded and printed for use in your home, school, or workplace.
What You Need to Know About the Maryland Poison Center
General information about services offered through the Maryland Poison Center.
What You Need to Know About Poison Proofing
Follow these steps to help keep you and your family poison-safe.
What You Need to Know About Emergency Action for Poisoning
Immediate steps to take when you suspect that a poisoning has occurred.
What You Need to Know About Poisonous Plants
Refer to this list of common plants for information about whether they are safe to have in and around your home. Note that not all plants are listed. Plants that do not appear on the list cannot be assumed to be non-toxic. Contact the Poison Center if the plant you are looking for does not appear on the list.
What You Need to Know About Bites and Stings
Information about critters found in Maryland.
What You Need to Know About Carbon Monoxide
Important information about this silent killer.
What You Need to Know About Babysitting and Poison Safety
Babysitters should include this reference in their babysitting tool kit.
FDA Medication Disposal Information
Medicines should be discarded when they are no longer needed or when they expire. Keeping unused medicines in the home can lead to poisonings and overdoses in young children, potential abuse by teens, or therapeutic errors in adults and seniors.
Poison Safety Checklist
Keep your family poison-safe by using our checklist to tour your house and ensure that household products and medicines are stored properly.
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