Check out this story about a guy on a walk with his dog.
The story is from the podcast, This American Life. It has plenty of lessons that are of value for everyone in cold-area places.
Go to the other site, at The Moth, and hear a story called, “Escapades on the Wisconsin,” from story-teller, Kay Elmsley Weden about their life with her siblings and some youthful adventures on the Wisconsin River.
Lots of lessons to consider after hearing her story.
Okay to leave a comment below concerning the water safety lessons.
Home security camera footage shows a deer leap into a backyard pool just before a mountain lion splashes in too.
Non-fatal Drowning Terminology
Since its adoption at the 2002 World Congress on Drowning and subsequent publication in the Bulletin of the World Health Organization (Volume 83, Number 11, November 2005, 808-880), the accepted definition of drowning has provided clarity for academic researchers, database administrators, and medical and public health professionals. However, the absence of a uniform understanding and consistent use of the term “non-fatal drowning” results in a lack of precision in data collection, thus hindering research efforts and limiting a full understanding of this global public health problem.
A Working Group was established in 2017 to address this issue and has met on several occasions. The Working Group on Non-fatal Drowning has developed a draft Position Statement which provides a clarification statement and categorization framework that provide coherence and uniformity for the term “non-fatal drowning”.
This Position Statement is now available for review until 15 March 2019. The 12-page document and a link through which a review can be provided are both provided at the links provided in the article.