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Outlook with Ben Kingsley Exploring Sports Injuries in Children

Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2013

The producers of Outlook with Ben Kingsley are pleased to announce an upcoming report investigating how lifestyle changes could be leading to more injuries in children.

More and more children are involved in organized sports at an early age, and it is leading to an unprecedented incidence of sports-related injuries in children. Sprains, strains, and even more serious orthopedic injuries are becoming more commonplace in pediatric practices around the country.

Outlook Ben Kingsley is talking to medical professionals about how growing bodies are vulnerable to the types of injuries that are more common in older people. As children push themselves harder through practice and competition, these injuries are becoming more commonplace, often requiring referrals to orthopedic surgeons to help get children back on the field.

In this new report, audiences will learn how young bodies respond to demanding physical activity and the unique types of injuries to which they are particularly vulnerable.

Outlook is producing this report independently for public television providers around the country. To learn more about the show, find out about airtimes, new reports, or how to participate in the program, visit the official website at

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