Toddler Swim Training Not Taboo, Doctors' Group Says

The American Academy of Pediatrics says younger children may benefit from swimming classes, a reversal of its earlier position that recommended against such lessons for toddlers. New data suggests that early swim training may actually lower drowning rates in children under the age of 4. Since there is no evidence that such training can do harm, the AAP said it revised its position. For years, the organization had recommended against swimming lessons for children between the ages of 1 and 3...Full Story
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