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Household Injuries, and How Kids
Get Them (December 30, 2010)
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T.C. Worley for The New York Times
Uzi Rosha, left, and Jaehee Moon,
center, were mortified when their son
Uri was cut by a coffee table.
With Kids and Coffee Tables, It's Trip, Fall, Ouch
By MICHAEL TORTORELLO
Published: December 29, 2010
God does not punish Jewish children for celebrating Christmas. Uzi
Rosha acknowledges that. But Mr. Rosha, a 42-year-old lawyer,
cannot help but think that his son Uri's accident -- the one that
opened a geyser of blood on his left cheek -- would not have
happened if the family had never gone to their first Christmas party.
Mr. Rosha could hardly blame the

  

Source: Adolph, Karen - Center for Neural Science & Department of Psychology, New York University

 

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