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drowning does not look like drowning

very good article and probably worth a read...
http://www.slate.com/articles/health...le_in_the.html

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Re: drowning does not look like drowning

The link doesn't work. I believe it's the ... in the address.

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Re: drowning does not look like drowning

Rescuing drowning children: How to know when someone is in trouble in the water.
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Re: drowning does not look like drowning

sorry - was an odd copy'n'paste error...
should work now...
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Re: drowning does not look like drowning

Some more information with a movie:

Drowning signs aren't like the movies
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Re: drowning does not look like drowning

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Some more information with a movie:

Drowning signs aren't like the movies
I'm curious, do you have an opinion on the drowning styles of modern Europeans of lightweight construction, versus older, heavier-constructed Americans?
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Re: drowning does not look like drowning

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I'm curious, do you have an opinion on the drowning styles of modern Europeans of lightweight construction, versus older, heavier-constructed Americans?
Maybe you have one. That seems plain ridiculous to me.

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