New Mexico Poison Control Center - Videos and Games

The following links contain fun and educational media for all age groups.  All are encouraged to test their tox-knowledge!

  • Children's videos and games can be found at the Illinois Poison Center Web sites. (English and Spanish).
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  • Take an injury prevention adventure with the Danger Rangers:  Sully, Kitty, Burble, Burt, Gabriela, Squeeky and Fallbot.  Video games, family activities, lesson plans and prevention tips are available (pre - K through 3rd grade).
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  • Tox Mystery is an online game that was created by the United States National Library of Medicine to help children from 7-11 years old learn about household chemical hazards. (English and Spanish). 
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  • The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), created this Web site to educate adolescents (as well as their parents and teachers) on the science behind drug abuse.
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  • Can you tell the difference between medicine and candy? Visit the California Poison Control System Web site to find out!
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  • Play Toxic Jeopardy (developed by Patrick Dierschke). Turn this PowerPoint template into a tool for the classroom.
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  • Check out our new Inforgraphs for social media sites: Pills vs. Candy (created at infogr.am) and Call Before You Go (created at magic.piktochart.com). Talking to Children About Prescription Drug Abuse is also an excellent resource that was created by external organizations.
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  • Click on the videos below to learn more about how the New Mexico Poison Control Center can help with a poisoning situation:

                 

   

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