Most childhood drownings occur in swimming pools. If you have a pool
in your home, make sure that you follow safety measures established by the
United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.1
When visiting public or private pools, make sure your children are supervised
closely and that they are familiar with pool safety rules.
following measures can help prevent drowning tragedies:
Spitting up, also known as reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), is messy. But unlike vomiting, it usually isn't painful, and babies often don't notice they're spitting up. Most babies outgrow this by 9 or 10 months of age.