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Study predicts potential surge in medically-attended injuries
Date:7/29/2013

nd state resources to proven injury prevention strategies. They cost less than medical care needed to treat injuries.
  • Implement the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Action Plan for Childhood Injury Prevention.
  • Develop or expand proven off-the-job injury prevention strategies. The cost of insuring this new population of youth, the majority of whom currently live with an employed head of household, may fall to employers.

    "Injury is the leading health risk for children and young adults. Proven prevention strategies and appropriate acute care will reduce fatalities and the long-term consequences that injury can have on quality of life," says Dr. Winston.


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  • Contact: Dana Mortensen
    mortensen@email.chop.edu
    732-299-0233
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
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