A U.S. study has concluded that over 4 million injuries to children and adolescents were treated in ERs from 1997 to 2007 within the United States. An alarming number of traumatic brain injuries were reported, too.
According to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), you better watch your step in the bathroom because about 234,000 U.S. teenagers and adults are treated in emergency rooms each year for non-fatal bathroom injuries.
Not surr if it has something to do with head injuries as a youngster...but I always catch myself looking at a calender to check exactly when the holidays occur...including Christmas. New Years eve and day are the only ones Ive never looked up.
I honestly dont carr much about them...although I do look forward to them and have a good time :)
On beautiful green fields around the U.S., college and professional football players are facing up to 100Gs of rapid deceleration from helmet-to-helmet collisions each week. The result? Concussions and, sometimes, permanent brain injury. Read More
My best friend, and my business partner's boy was in a really bad motorcycle accident Friday night. He was hit head on by a car. It cut the bike in half. He's broken his spine in 6 places, 5 in his lower back, 1 in his neck, pelvis is shattered, with multiple internal injuries. I've been helping Mercury with his Beta testing up til last week, but just no time. Sorry.