A new study suggests glue sticks can be dangerous for children who use them.
Researchers from University of Washington found the use of glue sticks to reinforce structural elements can cause them to fracture and cause children to lose control.
The study, which was published in the journal Injury Prevention, found the amount of glue used in the study was similar to other studies on the subject.
The research team examined the use and effectiveness of glue for children with an injury.
The researchers found children who used glue sticks were less likely to have a fracture than those who used a non-flammable adhesive or non-glue.
They also found glue sticks used to reinforce building elements were more likely to cause children who were using them to fall down.
They found there was no difference in injury severity between the children who had used glue and those who had not.
The authors concluded that children who are using glue sticks should be given advice to avoid using glue for structural purposes, as this can cause fractures.