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09 June 2010

Prevent kids' sports injuries

To many parents whose kids are involved in sports, sprained ankles, pulled muscles and broken bones are just part of the game. But many sports injuries can be prevented.

To many parents whose kids are involved in sports, sprained ankles, pulled muscles and broken bones are all part of the game. But experts say many sports injuries can be prevented with some logical precautions.

Conditioning exercises and strength training appropriate for the age of the child are also important.

 
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