Choking hazards: what the research can and can't tell us

I'm up on Parent.co this week suggesting an expensive dietary change:

Given the dangers posed by grapes, we had better start feeding our kids exclusively on white truffles. There is zero data suggesting that kids choke on white truffles. We never hear about a child given a white truffle on a playground and choking to death before her parent got to her. We never hear about rescue workers having trouble dislodging white truffles from children’s airways. We never hear about how the FDA should print safety warnings on white truffle packaging.
The problem with this logic, or course, is that most children are not eating white truffles.

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