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Paintball, BB Guns Can Severely Injure Kids, Study Finds

FRIDAY, Oct. 23, 2015 -- Paintball, airsoft and BB guns are often considered harmless, but a new study confirms that the guns can cause severe, sometimes life-threatening injuries in children. "The po...

Study finds injuries from nonpowder guns severe among children

Researchers at a Dallas children's hospital aim to show that nonpowder firearms such as airsoft, BB, and paintball guns should not be viewed as toys, but rather powerful weapons causing increasingly s...

Iinjuries from nonpowder guns severe among children

Researchers have shown that nonpowder firearms such as airsoft, BB, and paintball guns should not be viewed as toys, but rather powerful weapons causing increasingly severe and sometimes life-threaten...

Zipline-related injuries are rapidly increasing

The popularity of ziplining has skyrocketed rapidly in recent years. The increase in popularity has also increased the number of injuries related to ziplining. A new study found that an estimated 16,8...

Increase seen in bicycle-related injuries, hospital admissions

Between 1998 and 2013, there was a large increase in bicycle-related injuries and hospital admissions of adults in the United States, with the increase in injuries driven by more injuries among adults...

Health Tip: Protect Your Child's Eyes

T -- Children can get eye injuries from everyday play or exposure to harmful objects. But parents can take steps to help prevent these injuries. The University of Michigan Health System suggests: Nev...

Increase seen in bicycle-related injuries, hospital admissions in United States

Between 1998 and 2013, there was a large increase in bicycle-related injuries and hospital admissions of adults in the United States, with the increase in injuries driven by more injuries among adults...

Huge Toll From Nonfatal Injuries

A CDC analysis of nonfatal injuries treated in US hospital emergency departments (EDs) found that lifetime medical and work-loss costs related to those injuries—affecting roughly 30 million patients...

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Characterization and Comparison of Combat-Related Injuries in Women During OIF and OEF.

Although historically restricted from combat roles, women suffer from combat-related injuries, especially in recent conflicts where asymmetrical warfare erases distinctions between forward and rear op...

Effects of Tear Gases on the Eye.

Chemical agents that target the eyes have been a popular choice for law enforcement during riots and for military training for nearly a century. The most commonly used agents are chloroacetophenone (C...

Soccer-Related Injuries in Children and Adults Aged 5 to 49 Years in US Emergency Departments From 2000 to 2012.

An increase in soccer-related injuries occurred in the United States between 2000 and 2012; however, most studies of soccer-related injuries have only examined the pediatric population and not adults.

Trends in paediatric sports-related injuries presenting to US emergency departments, 2001-2013.

This descriptive epidemiology study describes trends in paediatric sports-related injuries resulting from 21 selected sports presenting to US emergency departments (EDs) over a 13-year period. The stu...

Cataract surgery outcomes in glaucomatous eyes: Results from the Veterans Affairs Ophthalmic Surgery Outcomes Data Project.

Compare visual acuity outcomes, vision-related quality of life, and complications related to cataract surgery in eyes with and without glaucoma.

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