Drinking is a major factor in many cases of infant death, but the reason is complicated.
The drink is also the most common reason babies are not placed in the air.
As the child is in the water, its airway is not properly maintained, meaning it does not provide the proper amount of oxygen.
In order to breathe, the airway must be opened up and air can pass through the lungs.
This can result in hypoxia, a condition where the air is too full to breathe.
In some cases, the oxygen levels in the baby’s lungs are too low to support breathing, and they suffocate.
Other factors, like dehydration, are likely to play a role in drowning.
Infant dehydration can be caused by dehydration, which can cause the baby to lose its body heat and to become dehydrated.
If the baby is too hot, the parents may not be able to maintain enough oxygen to breathe through their baby’s mouth.
This could lead to suffocation.