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Broken Bones

The harder kids play, the harder they fall. The fact is, broken bones, or fractures, are common in childhood and often happen when kids are playing or participating in sports. Most fractures occur in the upper extremities: the wrist, the forearm, and above the elbow. Why? When children fall, it's a natural instinct for them to throw their hands out in an attempt to stop it.

Although many kids will have one at some point, a broken bone can be scary for parents and kids alike. To help make things a little easier when your child's next spill results in a fracture, here's the lowdown on what you can expect. Jump to full text of this article here.

Categories: Children's Health, Health & Wellness,

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