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Pediatricians Warn About Trampoline Injury Risks

A youth bouncing on a trampoline
Trampolines are a fun recreational toy for children and teens, but, according to the recent recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), trampolines should be avoided. In fact, the AAP recently issued a statement discouraging the recreational use of trampolines, saying the activity poses a major injury risk for kids with no clear way to reduce likelihood of getting hurt.

The modern trampoline, which was patented by competitive gymnast George Nissen in 1945, was designed for use by acrobats, gymnasts and eventually for military training, but at-home recreational trampoline use has increased significantly in recent years as the product has become more affordable.

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