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Bilingual Booklet On Sports Injuries

A colorful English and Spanish booklet from the National Institutes of Health teaches children and teens how to avoid sports injuries.  The 16-page pamphlet, called Ana’s Story, is a fotonovela that uses a comic-book style format to tell the story of a teen soccer player named Ana.  After spraining her knee during a game, Ana and her family learn how to treat a sports injury promptly to avoid future complications.  The booklet gives tips on how to keep sports safe for kids.  Playing sports can improve children’s fitness, self-esteem, coordination and self-discipline.  But it can also put them at risk for injuries.  Activities such as warming up before exercise and staying hydrated can help protect their health.

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