Health Facts Plus: Injuries

Health Facts Plus: Injuries

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Feet, Not Fists Cause More Damage in Fights (12/14/2006, Reuters Health)

From the National Institutes of Health

Burns and Traumatic Injury (National Institutes of Health) - Links to PDF

Different People, Different Injuries (National Center for Injury Prevention and Control)

Electrical and Lightning Injuries (Merck & Co., Inc.)

Disarming Facts about Firearm Injuries (American College of Emergency Physicians) Fact Sheet: Trauma, Shock, Burn, and Injury: Facts and Figures (National Institute of General Medical Sciences)

ClinicalTrials.gov: Wounds and Injuries (National Institutes of Health)

Loss of Smell Almost Doubles Chance of Accident (01/13/2006, National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders)

State Workers'' Compensation Officials (Dept. of Labor)

American Red Cross Also available in Spanish Federal Emergency Management Agency Also available in Spanish National Center for Injury Prevention and Control National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Also available in Spanish

Emergency Room Injuries Adults 65 and Older (Consumer Product Safety Commission) - Links to PDF Estimating the Costs of Unintentional Injuries (National Safety Council) FASTATS: Accidents/Unintentional Injuries (National Center for Health Statistics) FASTATS: Injuries (National Center for Health Statistics) Fireworks-Related Injuries (National Center for Injury Prevention and Control) Also available in Spanish State Occupational Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities (Bureau of Labor Statistics) What Are the Odds of Dying? (National Safety Council)

Airway Obstruction (Safe Kids Worldwide) Bike Injury (Safe Kids Worldwide) Childhood Injury (Safe Kids Worldwide) Children at Risk (Safe Kids Worldwide) Firearm Injury (Unintentional) (Safe Kids Worldwide) Injury Facts: Rural Injury (Safe Kids Worldwide) Pedestrian Injury (Safe Kids Worldwide) Playground Injuries (National Center for Injury Prevention and Control) Recreational Injuries (Safe Kids Worldwide) School Injuries (Safe Kids Worldwide) Toy Injury (Safe Kids Worldwide) Trends in Unintentional Childhood Injury Prevention (Safe Kids Worldwide)

Injuries among Children and Adolescents (National Center for Injury Prevention and Control) Working Safely: Advice for Teens (American Academy of Family Physicians) Also available in Spanish

Injuries among Older Adults (National Center for Injury Prevention and Control)

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Date last updated: 18 December 2006 Topic last reviewed: 14 August 2006