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      Injuries are the leading cause of death among Americans aged 1 to 44 years, according to the CDC. Each year in the United States, one person dies from an injury every 3 minutes, resulting in 214,000 deaths.
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    News and Press

    Tuesday October 15, 2019

    ** PRESS RELEASE **

    Injuries are the leading cause of death among Americans aged 1 to 44 years, according to the CDC. Each year in the United States, one person dies from an injury every 3 minutes, resulting in 214,000 deaths. And for each person who dies from an injury (or violence), 13 are hospitalized and 129 are treated in an emergency room. Finally, millions are injured each year and survive, some only to grapple with life-long mental, physical, and financial consequences. To read more on this story, click on link.

    For More Information: Top 10 causes of injury in the USA


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