Two-Thirds Of Adults Still Battle Pain From Childhood Injuries

Two-Thirds Of Adults Still Battle Pain From Childhood Injuries

Two-thirds of adults still battle recurring pain as a result of an injury they suffered in high school. Researchers surveyed 2,000 Americans and found about a third reported pain particularly from running, weightlifting, awkward golf swings, errant softballs, bike crashes and other sports-related injuries. But they also admitted to hurting themselves tripping on the sidewalk while exercising, which 39% said happened to them.  35% said they’ve hurt themselves falling down stairs.