Now, there are laundry pods you won't mind letting your kids eat - mainly because they're actually donuts.
In the first 15 days of this year, the organization received the same number of calls about "intentional exposures" to laundry packets among teenagers as it did in the whole of 2016.
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"The "laundry packet challenge" is neither amusing nor without serious health implications", said Stephen Kaminski, JD, AAPCC's CEO and Executive Director. On its part, YouTube said video challenges that could spawn risky acts will be immediately flagged and marked for deletion. "They should not be played with, whatever the circumstance is, even if it is meant as a joke".
It's called the Tide Pod Challenge, people eat the detergent packets on camera and then upload the video to social media platforms. "DOING LAUNDRY. Nothing else". The Onion even wrote a (satirical, duh) article from a toddler's perspective in 2015 titled, "So Help Me God, I'm Going To Eat One Of Those Multicolored Detergent Pods". At the beginning, Tide was mostly anxious about Toddlers eating the pods, and even changed the packaging to make it harder for them to open.
This challenge is not like the others as severe damage to the body.
In 2017, US poison control centers received reports of more than 10,500 children younger than 5 who were exposed to the capsules.
"What we would see is oral burns, airway burns, possible aspiration into your lungs, burning of the lungs, and like I said, worst-case scenario: potentially death", said Dr. Jonathan Skelton, emergency medicine doctor.