Cellphone injuries have spiked dramatically, especially among young people

In 2016, there were 9,431 cellphone-related injuries, compared with 2,709 injuries in 2007.
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Well cell phone related injuries are on the rise in new study analyzing national emergency room data. Shows injuries to the face the eyes and nose ears rose steeply over the past two decades. Most injuries happening to people between the ages of thirteen and two when he nine. There are mostly due to distracted driving and walking and texting while using a cell phone.

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