- Since every second counts, always look for a missing child in the pool first. Precious time is often wasted looking for missing children anywhere but in the pool. - Even if children can swim, it doesn't make them drown-proof. Always supervise children using the pool. -For more information about drowning prevention, read CPSC's Safety Barrier Guidelines for Pools (PDF) and How to Plan for the Unexpected (PDF). Linked at the bottom of article
After a terrible accident, three children were left as orphans with serious injuries. Paralysis and pain was ahead of them, with seemingly nothing to look forward to. Then JJ Watt, an NFL player, stepped in to change their lives.
J.J. Watt injury could become long-term problem for Texans = A cloud of uncertainty hangs above NRG Stadium in Houston as star defensive end J.J. Watt sits on the sidelines recovering from back surgery. He could return by the start of the regular season or miss some games. No one.....
First off, let me tell you that I personally believe that Tony Romo will have an amazing year in 2016 and that despite his recent struggles with injuries, he will once again get the Dallas Cowboys back on track and in contention of making a deep playoff run. If you paid any attention to the 2015 season, you noticed first hand just how important Tony Romo is to this team. He is the heart and soul of the Dallas Cowboys and without him in the lineup
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt watches his team warm up from the sidelines during practice at the Methodist Training Center on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, in Houston. ( Brett Coomer / Houston Chronicle )
Coach says Johnson will be a quick study O'Brien was asked if he's concerned about Johnson's being able to catch up once he does report and start working with his new coaches, new quarterbacks and new system. After coach Bill O'Brien made it official that Ryan Fitzpatrick will be the starter, the veteran quarterback was asked about the absence of seven-time Pro Bowl receiver Andre Johnson [...] you guys (in the media) know and have seen him play over the years and be very consistent and…
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (99) looses his helmet and sustains an injury to his nose after tackling Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) during the four quarter of an NFL game at NRG Stadium, Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014, in Houston. ( Karen Warren / Houston Chronicle )