Listen: Susan Bush, John Surgery And The Associated Press discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Seeking medical treatment for injuries related to dog walking has spiked from about seventeen hundred in two thousand fourteen to about forty four hundred in two thousand seventeen the numbers appear. In report published yesterday in John surgery, which suggests seniors increasingly active lifestyles may be the biggest factor because dog ownership among the elderly has been stable, the findings say hip, fractures, are among the most common injuries. And nearly eighty percent of the patients have been women who generally have lower bone density. The Associated Press is sixty nine year old Susan Bush has been injured multiple times while walking her dogs, including suffering a broken leg while trying to prevent her dog from chasing a bear. Near"