ER Surge at Colorado Hospitals for Unintentional Marijuana Ingestion
Colorado lawmakers are searching for a solution after Time.com reported that Colorado emergency centers have treated nine children for unintentional marijuana ingestion.
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Most patients were under ten, and were admitted to the intensive care unit. CBSNews.com reports that in 2007 Colorado passed legislation that bans THC edibles that are shaped like animals, people or fruit. The idea is that if it doesn't look like candy, kids will be less likely to eat it. Unfortunately, kids still like brownies and cookies. Moral of the story... lock up your drugs.