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explain the term injury prevention and give example of wat to prevent at least three specific injuries

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"Injury prevention"? That's really straightforward. Injury prevention is the things that we do, in order to protect ourselves, and/or others, from getting injured. Does that make sense? The problem asks us to give three examples. I'll give you one: Stretching before exercise is a form of injury prevention. If we gently stretch our muscles, before we exercise, we can lower the chances of tearing and injuring our muscles, while we are exercising. ~~~~~~~~~~ I bet you can come up with two more examples, on your own. There are tons of ways to prevent injury. Do you drive a car? What's the first thing you should do, when you get inside a car? What do you put on?

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