|Dangerous Toys ---
Since 1990, 61% of the reported toy-related deaths were caused by choking. In 1996, 77% of total toy-related deaths were caused by balloons, balls, and small toys and toy parts. Learn more about dangerous toys by visiting this site.
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|Pediatric Lung Sounds ---
A common sign of croup is stridor, a high-pitched, barking sound that is heard during inhalation. Learn more about stridor and other pediatric lungs sounds by following the Stridor link.
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|Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) ---
A death of an infant or a young child is called sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) when, after a complete autopsy, the cause remains unexplained. Learn more about sudden infant death syndrome by following the SIDS link.
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| Febrile Seizures in Children ---
Febrile seizures in children may appear in several different ways, including shaking of the whole body or movement in just a single arm or leg. Learn more about febrile seizures in children by visiting this site.
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