One of the most common things children put in their noses is food -- specifically, small food items such as seeds, rice, and dried beans. However, anything small enough to fit inside the nostril is a temptation. Other objects that often end up in the nose include toys, crayons, erasers, buttons, disc magnets, and button batteries.
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