Young people aged five to 14 accounted for 51 percent of the football injuries treated in emergency rooms in 2015, according to data from the National Safety Council.
This age group accounted for 79 percent of gymnastics injuries, 51 percent of baseball and 40 percent of track and field injuries treated in emergency rooms the same year. In 2015 almost 56,714 individuals were injured while participating in the winter sports of snowmobiling, snowboarding and ice skating and required treatment in emergency rooms, according to the National Safety Council.
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Pew Research Center’s new analysis shows that the American middle class lost ground in the vast majority of metropolitan areas from 2000 to 2014, and the shares of adults in the lower- and upper-income ranks rose in most areas.
"Our incarceration policy is very costly with relatively few benefits and a lot of deleterious effects on our economy and our families and on the fabric of our communities," says June Tangney, Ph D, a psychology professor at George Mason University who studies offender rehabilitation.
"Being the country with the highest incarceration rate in the world is really something we need to take a second look at," she says.
In 2014, the average age of bicyclists killed in traffic crashes was 45.
One out of every 100 American adults is incarcerated, a per capita rate five to 10 times higher than that in Western Europe or other democracies, the report found.
Though the trend has slowed in recent years — from 2006 to 2011, more than half of states trimmed their prison populations — in 2012 the United States still stood as the world leader in incarceration by a substantial margin.
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While the United States has only 5 percent of the world's population, it has nearly 25 percent of its prisoners — about 2.2 million people. society in many ways, concludes a sweeping National Research Council report produced by an interdisciplinary committee of researchers.