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 Are human newborns capable of breathing underwater?

Answer Only if they're still attached to the mother's umbilical cord. And they don't actually use their lungs to "breathe". They simply receive oxygen from the mother through the umbilical cord.
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Can i use my digital camera to do underwater photography using ziploc bag as casing underwater?

You can definitely give it a try, but the risk is yours. You should get a proper underwater casing for your camera. If yours is a common brand or model, you should be able to get it easily from eba... Read More »
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Just born baby suspect with asphyxia due to improper breathing and admitted in NI CU under machine ventilation from last 5 days but no improvement found in breathing- Pls suggest necessary treatment?

99.8 if it is higher than 102, you need to get urgant help
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Shallow breathing and breathing rate?

They practice internal medicine for children ... usually up to the age of 18.
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What is better: Underwater camera or an underwater camera case?

The Nikon AW100 is one of the better underwater cameras. I'd keep it. I never liked those baggies. They are OK for above water use - such as at the beach where the camera might get wet, but they ar... Read More »
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