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Are Childproof Containers Really Childproof?

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semaje tillman

on 26 May 2011

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Are Childproof Containers Really Childproof??? Objective!! The objective of this human behavior science fair project is to test the effectiveness of two childproof containers and to investigate whether the safety mechanism can be easily figured out. Childproof! Medicine bottle lids that push-down-and-turn or line-up-arrows-and-push-up.
Safety devices including doorknob covers and double-door cabinet locks.

They both are not childproof.. Every year 25,000 under-five are taken to the emergency room, suspected of swallowing substances from pill bottles to household cleaning products. Age two has proven to be the most dangerous year for children regarding accidental overdoses, according to hospital ER visits. Prescription containers with easy-open lids can be opened by a toddler in less than a minute. Our 1st attempt with formula container. Our 1st try with the pill bottle. Can u guess what hapened after i did that.... Some containers might not be child proof but they are BABY PROOF! CONCLUSION. Some containers are Baby Proof
Most containers are Child Proof. THE TOP THINGS PARENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT CHILDPROOF CONTAINERS. Never trust "childproof." No place is a safe place for pills and vitamins unless it is impossible for your children to access them. Never call any medication "candy." "Childproof" isn't really child proof because children haven't learned how things are meant to work. They learn a lot by fiddling with things until they have them figured out.....don't assume anything. THE END. :) Hypothesis I dont think the Formula Container is childproof.
I think the pill bottle is childproof. Candy or Pills?? Candy :)
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