Cellphone related accidents on the rise

A new study in JAMA finds emergency room injuries caused by distracted driving, walking and texting while using a phone are on the rise in people ages 13 and 29.
0:13 | 12/06/19

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And distracted Americans under Smartphones a new gentle steady tonight finds emergency rooms reporting head face and neck injuries. Sharply increasing over the last twenty years and 40% of those injuries. Involve Americans thirteen to 29 years old.

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