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Survey: 1 in 3 Kids Hurt Playing Sports

April 24, 2012, 7:51 am by WebMD

About 1 in 3 kids who play sports will need medical attention due to injuries sustained on the field or court, such as concussions, broken bones, and dehydration, a new survey shows.

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