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  • Is Dry Drowning Really a Thing?

    It’s all over the news and social media right now, and parents are freaked out. As if we didn’t have enough anxiety over keeping our children alive, we are supposed to monitor our children’s breathing for a week after they’ve been in water. As a mother to almost 5 little ones, I cannot afford to be landlocked. I need the pool, every day, or I would lose my mind throughout the summer. So naturally, I started researching the whole “Dry Drowning” epidemic that seems to be occurring everywhere. I suggest you do the same. Continue reading

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