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    Football myths [Editorial]

    October 17, 2017   Ottawa, KS   Divine Pigskin, if you are one who puts the playing of Football up there with Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, etc, please feel free to move on to the Sports pages or return to your Fantasy Football. If you are more the type that sees tossing around the ole...
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    Concussion Confusion

    October 16, 2017   Two years ago, after struggling from Post-Concussion Syndrome, I founded National Concussion Awareness Day. In my journey I saw firsthand the lack of understanding that surrounds mild traumatic brain injury. At first, I didn’t even recognize my own symptoms. I am not an athlete and had never been educated about concussions....
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    Youth football: How young athletes are exposed to high-magnitude head impacts

    October 17, 2017   The majority of football players in the US (70%) are elementary and middle school students. These young athletes enthusiastically put on their gear, learn strategy, acquire skills, and participate in games with their peers. Unfortunately, like their professional counterparts these athletes sometimes get injured. Fairly often...

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