Pickleball injuries soar as sport grows in popularity, new study says

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A new study released today shows that pickleball injuries are soaring, including a 250% increase in fractures from 2017-2022. Many older players have been drawn to pickleball as a low-impact sport. But as it rises in popularity, the risk of falls and fractures is rising too. NBC News’ Emilie Ikeda has more.

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