March is Poison Prevention Month. Test yourself with the 10 questions in today's lunchtime quiz!

1 of 10
What's the name of the ill-faced character depicted above, whose cranky expression is used on stickers to identify poisonous household substances?
Mr. Ick
Mr. Blech
Mr. Ack
Mr. Yuk
2 of 10
In the 19th century, botulism was first identified in - and became widely associated with - what type of food?
3 of 10
In the United States, approximately what percentage of poisononings occur at home?
20 percent
45 percent
70 percent
90 percent
4 of 10
Female black widow spiders, whose venom is poisonous, can be identified by a red marking on their abdomen that appears in what shape?
a crescent
an oval
an hourglass
a triangle
5 of 10
What Greek philosopher died in prison after being forced to drink a poison hemlock drink in the early 4th century B.C.E.?
6 of 10
How did the poison substance "Agent Orange" earn its nickname?
it was housed in orange-striped canisters
it turned victims' skin orange
it created a visibly orange haze
it was made from substances found in orange seeds
7 of 10
Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac are all members of the same family as which of these edible "nuts"?
8 of 10
Which of these songs by hard-rock band Poison reached #1 on the pop chart in 1989?
"Unskinny Bop"
"Every Rose Has Its Thorn"
"Nothin' But a Good Time"
"Talk Dirty to Me"
9 of 10
True or False: Care should be taken when handling poinsettia plants, since they are poisonous to humans.
10 of 10
Which of these leaders did NOT die after ingesting poisonous mushrooms?
King Charles V of France
Pope Clement VII
Emperor Claudius I of Rome
President Manuel Fonseca of Brazil