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Shopping Cart Injuries: They're Nothing to Kid About

SHOPPING CART INJURIES: They're nothing to kid about Almost 40% of shopping cart-related injuries occur among children younger than two years. FROM 1990–2011. AN AVERAGE OF 66 CHILDREN PER DAY ENDED UP IN THE E.R. DUE TO SHOPPING CART INJURIES (That's more than 24,000 kids per year) 80% of total injuries were to the head 14% to the upper extremities 6% to the lower extremities NEARLY 16,500 CHILDREN SUSTAINED WOUNDS SERIOUS ENOUGH TO BE ADMITTED TO A HOSPITAL Falls account for more than half of injuries associated with shopping carts. Cart tip-overs are the second most common, and account for up to one fourth of injuries. KEEP YOUR KIDS SAFE If your child is sitting in the cart, always use a harness or safety belt. Stay close to the cart at all times. Never leave your child unattended. 3 Never place an infant carrier on top of the shopping cart. ADAMS DAVIS P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW http://www.charlieshouse.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/November_Shopping_Cart_Safety.pdf http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/01/30/shopping-cart-injuries-remain-common/| http://healthcare.utah.edu/healthlibrary/related/doc.php?type=6&id=684149 http://www.moneysmartfamily.com/polls/grocery-store | http://www.icn-net.com/docs/12086_FMIN_Trends2012_v5.pdf

Shopping Cart Injuries: They're Nothing to Kid About

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An average of 66 children per day are injured in shopping cart accidents across the United States. Many of these injuries involve severe head trauma. Get to know the most common injuries — and w...

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