Happy new year! Here is our monthly roundup of newsworthy articles in the world of child injury prevention.
A New England Journal of Medicine study finds that the leading causes of death in children are car crashes and guns.
Ryan's older brother, a star college quarterback, died by suicide and was found to have CTE. Ryan, himself a football star, continues in football and tries to find a new path for his family to cope within the sport.
A new study in JAMA Pediatrics reports that there is an increase in child abuse on the Saturdays immediately following Friday report cards.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that gun-related deaths increased for the third year in a row and were at an all time high since the beginning of Centers' 50-year-old-database. Most deaths were due to suicide.
Self driving cars may offer many convenience features, but drivers must stay alert and vigilant to remain safe.
In this article, pioneers in the field of injury prevention were asked to reflect on the accomplishments and disappointments of the field in the past 30+ years, and also to offer advice to young researchers.
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