If you spot someone drowning, immediately try safe procedures to rescue the person, call for help, and begin CPR. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how drowning occurs, how to prevent it, emergency treatment, and much more.
Pool & Spa Hazards for Children
WebMD tells you how to keep children and adults alike safe from pool and spa hazards.
Find out how to rescue someone in danger of drowning and what to do once they're safely out of the water.
First Aid for Drowning in Children
Learn the steps to take for a drowning emergency.
Know the Signs of 'Dry Drowning' and 'Secondary Drowning'
How to recognize the warning signs of "dry drowning" and "secondary drowning," which can happen hours after your child has left the pool.
What Drowning Really Looks Like
You'd be able to tell if someone was drowning, right?
Kids in the Water
Kids swim safely in the summertime.
New Pool Safety Gadgets Help Prevent Drowning
Children between the ages of 1 and 4 are most at risk for drowning, and adult supervision often isn't enough to prevent it.
Water and Food Safety After Hurricanes
To help you prepare for this hurricane season, WebMD gives advice from the FDA about what is safe to drink and eat in the aftermath of a storm.