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- Injury Control Resource Information Network: Access data, other resources, and information on education and training.
- Injury Prevention Web: Link to injury data for all states and 1,100 government and nonprofit organizations worldwide.
- Injury and Violence Prevention Links: Access other sites that are related to injury and violence prevention.
- National SAFE KIDS Campaign: Find information specifically related to the prevention of unintentional childhood injury.
- Swim Healthy, Swim Safely, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Access this information about how to keep yourself, and your loved ones, safe and healthy as you head for the water.
- U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Warns about Pool Hazards, News Release: Learn about the launch of a drowning prevention initiative, which includes drowning prevention tips.
- Water-Related Injuries Fact Sheet, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Learn what groups are at highest risk for and about the risk factors of water-related injuries.
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