Survey looks at sports-related injuries in children

04/26/2012 | HealthDay News

One in three U.S. children suffers injuries requiring medical attention while playing team sports, according to a Safe Kids survey. Health groups recommend children refrain from a particular sport for two to three months each year to prevent overuse, overtraining and burnout, but the survey revealed that most parents underestimate how long their children should refrain from playing a sport to prevent these problems.

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