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Poisons stored in the home pose a great risk to small children. Cabinets containing these materials should be locked with child safety locks, which are available at any baby supply store. In the mean time, a rubber band can be wrapped a few times around cabinet knobs to prevent a child from opening the doors. The best treatment for poisoning is to call poison control and follow their instructions. In your home, have the number in a prominent location. Finally, the medicine cabinet is another area to be secured with a child proof lock.