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Posted on: July 25, 2014
Temperatures are on the rise, which has families flocking to pools, lakes, rivers and oceans to beat the sweltering heat. While a cool dip may sound like the perfect summertime activity for a family, it can also be a dangerous one. More than 1,500 children and teens die every year in the U.S. from drowning. […]
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