Choking occurs when a foreign object gets stuck in your baby's throat, causing her to be unable to breathe. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of choking, what to do when your baby is choking, and more.
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If you remember only one thing, know this: When someone is choking, it's always better to act than to do nothing, even if you're a total novice.
Babies and children under age 3 are particularly at risk.