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Study: Kids who play just one sport face increased risk of injury

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SEATTLE — Perhaps specializing in a single sport at a young age is not the best for your body, a new study shows.

Kids and young adults that play only one sport are more likely to get injured than teens who diversify, playing multiple sports.

Q13 News met with a doctor to learn more about the study. Watch below.

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