Researchers reported that injuries due to high chairs or booster seats have risen over the years.
Falls and ingested objects are the most common injuries suffered by children of teen parents, according to a new study.
Two eight-year-old twin boys suffered life-threatening injuries after being struck by lighting while camping in their backyard.
Researchers found that injuries due to toppling TVs have been on the rise for children.
A 41-year-old man from Ohio was found naked, bloody and screaming on the grounds of a Michigan school after police say he tore off parts of his penis while high on magic mushrooms.
Researchers report that in 2010, there were over 1,500 cellphone related injuries, a rate that has more than doubled within the past few years.
During this weekend's American Medical Association meeting, doctors will decide if cheerleading should be categorized as a sport.
A new report revealed that the average number of children that suffer from ride-related injuries is 4,423.
Study reports that children who specialize in one sport too early might suffer from more injuries than children who participate in multiple sports.
The percentage of dance-related injuries increased by 37 percent from 1991 to 2007, study reports.
Fifteen-year-old Teagan Marti didn’t know very much about actor Charlie Sheen before, but she certainly does.
Age is now more than numbers as a recent study has found that older bikers have three times more risks of being injured than the younger ones.
For those who love to play different kinds of sports during the winter season, here are a few tips to keep safe while playing.
A new research warns parents against indulging themselves too much in to their phones, as this is causing them to be careless towards their children, consequently resulting in increased accidents. Experts say that a sharp rise in playground falls and mishaps in the home can be blamed on parents being distracted by text messages and emails, Mail Online reports.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.