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Tide not to blame

Several deaths and an increase in calls to poison control centers have been connected to the Tide Pods challenge, which involves people—usually teenagers and young adults—biting or ingesting the laundry detergent pods and posting video of said act online. In response to this trend, two New York lawmakers have proposed new regulations that would call for ...

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