Melatonin poisonings in children have increased dramatically

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says melatonin poisonings in children have increased dramatically, and a three-month-old baby and a 13-year-old have died. These incidents have increased 529-percent in 10 years. Most cases involve children under five who accidentally get into bottles of melatonin and eat as much as they can. Please keep your bottles out of reach.