When accidents happen with chemicals, medicine, or household items, call Poison Help. Get help right away from a local poison expert.
If someone is unconscious or has trouble breathing, call 911.
Just remember: "leaves of three, let it be." Learn more about poisonous plants.
As people get older, they may be prescribed more medications. Read this brochure to learn medication strategies to keep you or a loved one safe.
There are 57 poison centers in America. Use our map to learn more about the one serving your community.
Yes. In fact, a quarter of the calls the Poison Help line receives are from healthcare providers. Whether they have a question on an emerging hazard or are looking for local resources to share with patients, the Poison Help line experts can help. Learn more.
Young Readers, Mystery Authors Learn from Poison Center in Tucson
The Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center , a part of the University of Arizona College of Pharmacy , participated in one of the largest book festivals in the United States March 9 and 10. Every year, the University of Arizona hosts the Tucson Festival of Books which invites authors from all over the country and attracts thousands of visitors.