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Originally posted by chr0naut
reply to post by NoRegretsEver
If more people had been given fatal baby yoga sessions when they were younger, we wouldn't have these attitudes now!
Since the early 1970's hundreds of electrocutions can be directly blamed on hand held hair dryers falling into or being pulled in a bathtub of water. However, the numbers have dramatically decreased since the new Underwriters Laboratories (UL) standards requiring ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI's) on each hair dryer.
A 1-year-old boy starts vomiting and experiencing diarrhea. Later, ripped-up remains of a container that held rat poison are found behind the family’s television. A mother puts out two green blocks of rat poison and they disappear. Her 2-year-old son breaks out in a fever. His stool is colored bright green. A 2-year-old boy walks into a room carrying rat poison. Seeing blisters, his parents whisk him to the hospital emergency room, where he is hooked up to a cardiac monitor for several hours
The bones of the upper arm and forearm meet at the elbow. When one of the bones in the forearm (the radius) separates slightly from the bone in the upper arm called the humerus, a ligament called the annular ligament may slip into this joint. Then when the bones come back together, they pinch this ligament between them causing the pain of the nursemaid's elbow. It occurs in children from a few months of age to about five years. At five years, the annular ligament is usually strong enough to keep from slipping, so this injury usually doesn't occur after this age. Read More www.ivillage.com... Sign up for iVillage Special Offers
Since the early 1970's hundreds of electrocutions can be directly blamed on hand held hair dryers falling into or being pulled in a bathtub of water.