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  • 07/21/2015in NOCSAE News

    Rough play is riskier than heading in youth soccer

      July 16, 2015 By Javier West Rapid News Network   Contact with another player was the most common way boys and girls sustained concussions in a study of US high school soccer players, while heading the ball was the most common soccer-specific activity during which about one-third of boys and one-quarter of girls sustained...
  • 07/21/2015in NOCSAE News

    Concussion seminar at Marion on July 31

      July 18, 2015 By BHC Sports Desk Bristol Herald Courier   To provide some answers to the questions about athletes and concussions, the Mountain States Foundation will co-sponsor a concussion seminar along with the Smyth County HealthTrust and the Emory & Henry School of Health Sciences. Leading national expert Dr. Robert Cantu will ...
  • 07/21/2015in NOCSAE News

    Concussion protocols heading in the right direction

    Concussion protocols heading in the right direction July 18, 2015 By Jesus Jimenez Pal-Item   It was the fall of 2013, and the Northeastern High School football team was in the middle of a run toward the program's first Tri-Eastern Conference championship. With an 8-0 lead against Centerville, Northeastern's star quarterback Joey Claypoole was...

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