Aboriginal kids more likely to get unintentional injuries

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Aboriginal children are significantly more at risk of having unintentional injuries than non-Aboriginal children, according to a new study by the University of New South Wales. Injuries such as burns and poisoning are researched in the study, and both regional and metropolitan areas are affected. But what is being done to target this issue?

‘Study finds Aboriginal children experience high burden of unintentional injury’

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