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Study finds exercise treadmills significant cause of hand burns in children

(Nationwide Children's Hospital) A study published by Nationwide Children's Hospital researchers in the Journal of Burn Care and Research has found that pediatric treadmill burns are the second most common hand injury after stovetop burns, are more severe, and require greater and longer care in comparison to other contact hand burns.
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