Dry drowning: How to spot the signs
from By Katina Smallwood
From June 13:
As the weather gets warmer, more and more people will be making their way outdoors to enjoy the sunny days at the nearest pool. Summer days spent outdoors typically conjure up thoughts of relaxation and fun, but safety around the water is of paramount concern during the season. Every day, 10 people in the U.S. die of unintentional drowning. Although not as common, drowning can actually occur hours after being in the water. This form of drowning is called "dry drowning."
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