More children are getting hurt playing in inflatable bouncers

11/26/2012 | Reuters

The rate of bouncer house-related injuries involving children increased fifteenfold from 702 in 1995 to 11,311 in 2010, according to a U.S. study in the journal Pediatrics. Of these injuries -- which were reported in emergency departments -- about a third involved children ages 5 and younger, half were between ages 6 and 12, and the rest were 13- to 17-year-olds.

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