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Child Injury Prevention by David C. Schwebel (ed.)

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Child Injury Prevention
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Publisher: MDPI AG Basel
ISBN/ASIN: 3906980480
ISBN-13: 9783906980485
Number of pages: 155

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Injuries are among the leading causes of child morbidity and mortality worldwide. Because injuries typically are incurred by healthy children engaging in daily activities, they can be particularly devastating to the injured child and his or her family, disrupting otherwise mentally and physically healthy lives with tragic short- and long-term consequences.

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