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12/11/2008 Aerosol Sweets May Confuse Youngsters The Southland Times reports that an aerosol can which squirts lolly foam may confuse toddlers and tempt them to suck on poisonous cleaners.

A Southland woman claims that children given the lolly may, in the future, mistake caustic cleaners for lollies and accidentally become poisoned.

It is very important to educate children not to confuse lollies with poisons or medicines. Click here for advice on preventing poisoning around the home.
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