Obese children get more leg, ankle, foot injuries

03/2/2010 | Reuters

A report in Pediatrics found obese children had more leg, ankle and foot injuries but fewer head and face injuries than their normal-weight peers. Researchers said the findings suggest heavier children are vulnerable while walking or running, while thinner children may be more apt to be hurt during activities and sports.

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