Head injuries and high school sports

Head injuries and high school sports

Talk is growing of the long-term risks of repeated head injuries, especially those taken by athletes. How does this affect high school sports? It is still too soon to say for sure, as a lot more research needs to be conducted -- but early results suggest there's little reason to worry.

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