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Proper restraint of your child thought to reduce car crash deaths

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), every hour of every day across this country, some 150 children between the ages of 0 and 19 receive treatment in an emergency room for injuries they suffered in a car crash. In an even more alarming statistic, of all children between the age of 5 and 19, injuries suffered in car crashes rank highest among any other risk factors for young people's deaths.

What if my child was injured through violence at school?

If you are a parent with school-aged children, you probably already understand that things are much different now than they were when you were going to school. Paying any attention at all to the media has probably shown you that the youth of today seem to be more exposed to violence than were the children of yesterday. Naturally, this causes parents to worry about their kids when they are away from home.

Summer is fun, but there are still risks for child injuries

With summer in full swing, your children have probably been enjoying a marathon of running, playing and enjoying the plentiful outdoor activities Texas offers. As a parent, you likely take care to keep your own home free of any hazards that could result in child injuries. However, if you are like other busy parents, there are times when your children are out of your immediate supervision.

How can I protect my child from burns?

Children are curious by nature. They don't realize the dangers that can be found all around them. When it comes to burn injuries, parents, guardians and other caregivers must be vigilant in order to prevent such injuries to children. Here are some tips to help prevent burns to children.

Could child head injuries harm relationships with parents?

Child head injuries can have a significant effect on a child's mood and behavior, according to a study completed in Canada. It was published in the Journal of Neuropsychology. According to the results, children who had a minor traumatic head injury still had a risk of suffering psychological effects.

Study: Simple skull fracture may not need overnight stay for kids

Does a simple head injury in a child mean that an overnight stay in the hospital is warranted? Not always, according to the lead investigator of a new study in a recent issue of the Journal of Pediatric Surgery. The researchers were from Ann & Robert Lurie Children's Hospital and the study took place over the course of 10 years.

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