Approximately 53% of all injuries/illnesses were categorized as sprains and strains or lacerations, punctures, amputations, and avulsions. The majority of sprains and strains affected the trunk (i.e., shoulder, back, chest, or abdomen) (517,600 [CI = ±178,800]) and lower extremities (i.e., legs, feet, or toes) (233,100 [CI = ±64,800]). The majority of lacerations, punctures, amputations, and avulsions affected upper extremities (i.e., arms, hands, or fingers) (647,700 [CI = ±145,800]). Overall, dislocations and fractures accounted for 7% of the injuries/illnesses. However, dislocations and fractures (caused mostly by falls) produced 40% of hospitalizations for males (26,900 [CI = ±8,400]) and 33% of hospitalizations for females (4,300 [CI = ±1,500]).