Here is our monthly roundup on newsworthy child injury prevention articles in November 2018:
In this NPR article, doctors and nurses describe how they manage the emotional and physical toll of taking care of victims of gun violence.
Why is high school football participation in NJ dropping for the second year in a row? Concern about concussions is among the primary reasons.
A new study shows that strict state gun laws are associated with reduced pediatric death from gun violence.
A new report on the gender-related killing of women and girls shows that females are at highest risk in the home, and are most likely to be killed be someone they know.
Pediatric emergency room visits for mental health-related concerns have increased significantly in the past 5 or so years, particularly among minority youth.
A new study reports that high school football players with high cumulative head impact exposure showed damage and differences in brain development after one season.
This heartbreaking account in the Philadelphia Inquirer details the rarely discussed long-term disability and financial burdens of shooting victims and their families.
With the significant rise in college students seeking mental health care, professors and other faculty members find themselves "front line" and in a unique position to recognize early symptoms.
A doctor describes her experiences caring for an immigrant child who was forcibly separated from her family at the US border.
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