This frame grab provided Sept. 13, 2011, by Energizer/Safe Kids USA shows a youngster holding a bag of small batteries commonly found in remote control devices, calculators, even musical greeting ... more 
This frame grab provided Sept. 13, 2011, by Energizer/Safe Kids USA shows a youngster holding a bag of small batteries commonly found in remote control devices, calculators, even musical greeting cards. St. Louis-based Energizer and Safe Kids USA say that in 2010 alone, 3,400 cases were reported in the U.S. of children swallowing coin cell lithium batteries. Seventeen deaths have been blamed on swallowed button batteries. (AP Photo/Energizer/Safe Kids USA) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Energizer/Safe Kids USA
Tue, Sep 13, 2011 4:37 PM EDT