Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 4th, 2003
"Injuries in childhood are strongly related to poverty at the household level and to living in a deprived neighborhood, but it is not clear whether these effects are independent. In this prospective population study, all injuries to 5-14 year old children living in the city of Norwich, UK, and presented at the hospital Accident and Emergency Department over a 13 month period were recorded (N=3526). Information on the population of resident children and household composition was assembled from the health authority population register," scientists in England reported.
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