Study: Mother’s Kiss Can Dislodge Objects From Child’s Nostrils
Source: CBS News
Hospitals report that they get many incidents when they need to get an object, such as crayons or erasers, out of a child as a result of horseplay or curiosity. Most of the time a procedure will involve hooks, glue, and catheters. Now, there may be an easier way. Dr. Henry Ou, a doctor at Seattle’s Children’s Hospital, told ABC News that “The Mother’s Kiss” “works best with items that are really plugged so force can be generated.”
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