According to a study done by the New York Daily News, an increase in child injuries are occurring because of television sets falling. They provide the staggering statistic that a television set inures a child every 30 minutes in America. That seems way to often that a child is being injured. It is stated in the article that flat-screen television popularity is causing the increase, as they are becoming less sturdy do to the build. Is there something that television companies can do to change the way they are built to ensure child safety? Or is it on the parents to make sure that their TV sets are secure when they set them up?
It is an interesting dilemma, what do you guys think?
Below is the link to the whole story from the New York Daily News.