Top 10 causes of injuries in the U.S.

Poisoning is the No. 1 cause of injury in the U.S., according to the CDC's Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System.

Top 10 causes of unintentional injury among all Americans in 2017:

1. Poisoning
2. Motor vehicle traffic (e.g., motor vehicle, motorcycle or pedestrian death)
3. Fall
4. Suffocation
5. Unspecified
6. Drowning
7. Fire/burn
8. Natural/environmental causes
9. Otherwise-specified injuries that are classifiable (e.g., crush injuries, unspecified electric current, or explosion)
10. Land transport other than motor vehicles

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