Published in Women's Health Weekly, December 23rd, 2004
"You should never put anything in the mouth of someone having a seizure," said Eric Hargis, president and chief executive officer of the Epilepsy Foundation.
"You could cause injury to the teeth or gums. It's also not true that a person can swallow his or her tongue during a...
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