Teenage self-harm and tot paracetamol poisoning

child with paracetamol
Figures from Perth’s Princess Margaret Hospital for Children and compiled by KidSafe have shown that a significant proportion of poisonings are due to self-harm by children aged 14 and over. During the period July 2010 to June 2015, females accounted for 66.7% of poison-related injury presentations to the hospital’s emergency department; 87% of children aged

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