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Swallowing Tiny Magnets Can Lead To Big Trouble For Kids

August 09, 2013

http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/08/08/210200382/swallowing-tiny-magnets-can-lead-to-big-trouble-for-kids?ft=1&f=

 

Source - NPR


In a recent study published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Julie Brown, of Seattle Children’s, and colleagues documented an increase in magnet-related ailments that eventually bring young people into the emergency room. Brown is quoted in this article.

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