#1 My child may have ingested some household cleaner. Should I give him/her something to induce vomiting?  
Yes or No

#2 During the winter season how many layers of clothing should I put on my older baby and young children?
A.  Bundle them so you can only see their eyes.
B.  Kids are naturally always warm, so you don’t need to worry.
C.  The rule of thumb for older babies and young children is to dress them in one more layer of clothing than an adult would wear in the same conditions.

#3 Which of the following may decrease the risk of injury to my child who is involved in multiple types of sports?
A.  Drinking a soda before heading out to football practice.
B.  Wearing appropriate protective equipment.
C.  Stretching exercise.
D.  B & C

#4 My child has a laceration on his hand. How do I know when to go to the doctor or hospital?
A.  Wait until the next day to see if it closes on its own.
B.  Only if it is bleeding.
C.  The laceration limits the movement of the hand.

#5 Should I worry about any of these symptoms after my child hits her head?
A.  Severe headache.
B.  Loss of consciousness.
C.  Vomiting and change in behavior.
D.  All of the above.

# 6 I don’t ever need to worry if my child is bitten by an insect.
True or False

# 7 My son fell and injured his arm. I only need to be concerned if it is deformed.
True or False

# 8 Methicillin resistant staph aureus (MRSA) infection is caused by a spider bite?
True or False

# 9 Should I call my doctor in the middle of the night if my 3 week old awakens with a fever of 101?
Yes or No

# 10 My neighbor’s child seems to have a large number of unexplained bruises on her arms and back of legs.  Am I responsible to call someone? 
Yes or No