- Since every second counts, always look for a missing child in the pool first. Precious time is often wasted looking for missing children anywhere but in the pool. - Even if children can swim, it doesn't make them drown-proof. Always supervise children using the pool. -For more information about drowning prevention, read CPSC's Safety Barrier Guidelines for Pools (PDF) and How to Plan for the Unexpected (PDF). Linked at the bottom of article
A new pharmaceutical technology licensed in February by the Corporate Ventures office at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) may help treat neuropathic and inflammatory pain in children and adults, but without the serious side effects that can accompany currently available treatments.