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Study indicates the proper use and application of LifeVac can save lives of choking victims. FARMINGDALE, N.Y., Oct.
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Children who suffer cardiac arrest outside the hospital are more likely to survive and have good brain function if dispatchers instruct bystanders on CPR.
Doctor uses crowdfunding to launch anti-choking campaign LOS ANGELES, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- One child dies every five days from choking on food.
As many as 34 American children are treated for food-related choking every day, claims a new study. The majority of the 12,435 children who choke every year do so on hard candy, with bones, meat, nuts and seeds also rounding out the list.
According to a new study, one in 16 adolescents in the U.S. are playing a risky game that is known as the "choking game."
Nearly one out of seven college students surveyed at a Texas university has participated in the Choking Game, a dangerous behavior where blood flow is deliberately cut off to the brain in order to achieve a high.
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