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Falls, fractures and self-harm: 4 charts on how kids’ injury risk changes over time and differs for boys and girls

By Lisa Nicole Sharwood, Injury epidemiologist | Expert Witness, UNSW Sydney
Rebecca Ivers, Professor of Public Health; Head of School, Population Health, UNSW Sydney
Warwick Teague, Director of Trauma and Paediatric Surgeon, Royal Children's Hospital
Has your child fractured a bone? A new report shows it’s the leading type of injury for kids. But the causes of injury change as children grow older and differ between boys and girls.The Conversation

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