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Correcting myths about drowning

July 25, 2013

http://www.king5.com/health/What-does-a-drowning-look-like-216845741.html

 

Source - KING 5 TV


When it comes to drowning, many parents and kids might picture a Hollywood-like scene, complete with lots of splashing and screaming. But the truth is that a drowning is usually rather quiet and often happens surprisingly close to other people, who do not realize what is happening. Dr. Linda Quan, an emergency physician at Seattle Children’s, debunks a common myth about drowning.

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