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Apartment Dwellers Live Dangerously

Recent studies have revealed that apartment dwellers experience substantially higher rates of injury compared to people who live in detached or single-family homes. // ....'People who lived in apartments had twice the risk of any type of injury,' said lead researcher Ronan Lyons, whose study showed that apartment residents had a twofold increase in risk from burns and scalds and a sixfold increa...
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