“Dry drowning” isn’t something many parents think of whenever their child swims in a pool or plays with water, but simply knowing what it is can potentially be a life-saver. Such was the case for Lacey Grace, the mother of 4-year-old Elianna, who nearly drowned days after she went swimming in her grandparents’ pool in Sarasota, Florida. Ms. Grace posted on Facebook that Elianna was playing in the pool with a pool noodle as children do when, “By 100 percent freak accident, Elianna put her mouth to blow out at the same time someone blew in the other end, causing ... Read More
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