Boys under the age of 18 significantly more likely to sustain a fracture than girls
A study by MetLife has found that nearly two in five (39%) adults do not believe that individual protection policies cover fractures, while nearly half of those surveyed (49%) did not know whether policies covering ‘everyday risks' - such as broken bones - existed. According to research carried out by Consumer Intelligence in March this year, it is estimated that 600,000 people suffer broken bones each year and researchers believe that boys have a 30% chance of breaking a bone before the age of...
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