The four S’s of choking prevention
We can’t and shouldn’t wrap our kids up in cotton wool either – otherwise we would still be feeding our teens puree! Choking accidents do happen, and it is important to know the first aid if your child does choke. However there are four actions we can take to reduce the risk of choking in little ones. Here are the four S’s of choking prevention:
– Sitting down
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