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Injury and Violence

Injury includes a wide range of health topics, from unintentional injuries, such as car crashes and falls, to intentional injuries, such as assault and suicide. The consequences of injury are not just physical. Many people who suffer an injury may also have mental health and financial problems that can last a lifetime. The good news is that many injuries are preventable. From seat belts to violence prevention programs, injury prevention saves lives.

Safety - Adults (BRFSS)

Injury and Pregnancy (PRAMS)

Injury, Safety, and Violence - Adolescents (YRBS)

Student Injury

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) - Adults (BRFSS)

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Content updated: Mon, 13 Feb 2023 14:29:28 MST