Emersons Water Safety

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Emersons Water Safety

Pools, lakes, ponds, and beaches mean summer fun and cool relief from hot weather. Kids need constant supervision around water — whether the water is in a bathtub, a wading pool, an ornamental fish pond, a swimming pool, a spa, the beach, or a lake.Young children are especially vulnerable — they can drown in less than 2 inches (6 centimeters) of water. That means drowning can happen where you'd least expect it — the sink, the toilet bowl, fountains, buckets, inflatable pools, or small bodies of standing water around your home, such as ditches filled with rainwater. Always watch children closely when they're in or near any water

Firstly, if you do get stung, try not to panic. If you move too much, the tentacles will stick to body faster and in more places, which means more stings. The tentacles can be easily removed by hand as the skin on the palms is hard for the sting to penetrate, due largely to the absence of hair follicles in this area. The sooner you remove the tentacles the better.

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