Living in Asia, where almostany body of water is aninviting playground for mostof the year, parents spenda lot of energy planning swimming lessons for their children. This focuson learning to swim is completelyunderstandable. According to theWorld Health Organization, children under five years of age have the highest drowning mortality rates worldwide. In China, drowning is the leading cause of death from injury in children aged one to 14 years, and even in Australia, oneof the most swim-savvy nations in theworld, drowning is the leading cause of death from injury in children aged one to three years.
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