Why one-year-olds are at the greatest risk of drowning
With the weather heating up, Royal Life Saving Australia has a warning for parents, particularly those with toddlers. According to their research, nearly 50 percent of the drowning deaths in children under five in Australia are one-year-olds. It's a statistic that Alison Mahony, National Manager of Research and Policy at Royal Life Saving Australia, says we can change. Alison explains why toddlers are such high-risk and what parents can do to protect their children.
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