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10 June 2011

Most kids do okay after near-drowning: study

The majority of people who survive a near-drowning in childhood will not suffer significantly as adults, suggests a new study from Finland.

The majority of people who survive a near-drowning in childhood will not suffer significantly as adults, suggests a new study from Finland.

And the specific nature of the near-drowning, including how long kids were under water, could matter for their long-term health and happiness as well.

 
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