PREVENTION OF CHILD INJURIES
Keywords:Child injuries, health protection, prevention.
Children's injuries have always been and remain one of the most pressing problems today. Despite the fact that it is almost impossible to completely eliminate cases of child injuries, attempts are being made in the modern world to create means and methods by which its level should become significantly less than the current one. The main purpose of the article is to study the relevance of prevention of childhood injuries. The paper collects, analyzes and systematizes the knowledge gained on the topic of the study. The author works through the use of statistical data and information, as well as empirical and theoretical research methods. For the purpose of more complete disclosure of the topic and obtaining reliable data, the author uses publications and materials from domestic and foreign sources.
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