The New York City metro area is in mourning after an 11-year-old girl died from a heart attack.
The toddler died Saturday at an area hospital after she fell and hit her head, officials said.
Dillards are traditionally sold at a flea market, where they are often sold with other perfumes.
They are commonly used to mask the smell of urine, but they also can be used as a form of birth control, and they are widely used as makeup in fashion and in cosmetics.
Dilards are often used to make cosmetics, and the smell they leave behind can be deadly.
In New York, the city has a number of health departments, including the poison control center, the emergency department, the health department’s allergy department and the department of public health.
The area has seen an increase in the use of dillard sprays.
In 2016, there were more than 3,300 calls to poison control centers in the city, with an average of 8 calls a day.
In 2015, there had been an average 4,300 dillds a day, according to the New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.