Young children love to experiment, and that’s why it’s common for small objects to get stuck in their noses. Find out how to handle the situation.
Choking is the leading cause of injury among small children, especially age 4 and under. The leading culprit: food. About 12,000 kids a year end up in the emergency room in the United States because they choked on food, according to a recent study. That number doesn’t include toys and coins and all the other … Read More
The “cinnamon challenge” sounds innocent. But this Internet-based competitive eating fad popular with kids can cause them to choke or damage their throat, airway and lungs. The challenge is to eat a spoonful of ground cinnamon in under 60 seconds without drinking anything. A new study from University of Miami shows that the stunt is … Read More