There’s no getting around the fact that a wobbling wobble is one of the biggest problems plaguing kids.
In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that over 2 million kids are diagnosed with the condition each year.
And while wobblers aren’t as common as they used to be, they still affect kids across the board, from preschoolers to college students.
It’s not just that wobblers are disruptive to kids in class.
The condition can also affect a child’s social life, as kids are less likely to get along with peers.
When kids are involved in a crash, they’re also more likely to make poor decisions and can cause others to fall, says Dr. MaryAnn Batson, a pediatric neurologist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
“The risk of injury and the risk of other harm are not comparable, so you can see that there is a risk of harm and injury,” Batson says.
“The risk goes up when there is more people involved.
You get more accidents, you get more injuries.”
And when there’s more people in the car, more kids can get hurt, too.
While wobblers can be seen in preschoolers, they can be a major problem for older kids, too, says Batson.
“You have a child that is very vulnerable, and a child who is also quite capable of taking on the motor skills and the cognitive skills to control the car.”
It’s also one of those things that can be easily fixed.
Batson suggests using an app that can make it easier to navigate the car while kids are in the back seat.
And even if you do manage to fix the wobblers, there are some things that parents can do to help.
“Also, if you have a family member who is injured, there may be other children who are also involved,” she adds. “
“So it’s not enough just to be able to say, OK, we’re going in, we’ll be here for you.””
Also, if you have a family member who is injured, there may be other children who are also involved,” she adds.
“So it’s not enough just to be able to say, OK, we’re going in, we’ll be here for you.”
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