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  • 12/19/2014in NOCSAE News

    University of Wisconsin students use smart technology in football helmets to detect injuries

      December 18, 2014 By Karen Herzog Government Technology Folsom, CA   Imagine a football helmet with brain wave probes and a device that measures acceleration forces to detect concussions on the field and directly communicate the information to medical staff.   Or a bike recovery network that uses tracking technology and a network o...
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    Heelan gets helmet sensors to ‘tackle’ concussion dangers

      December 18, 2014 By Joanne Fox The Catholic Globe Sioux City, IA   Micah Herbst of Sioux City does not have a son on the Bishop Heelan football team.   But her quick eye – that caught a contest through her employer – resulted in the Sioux City school being one of 10 high...
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    The risks and rewards of youth football

    December 17, 2014 By Marc Lamont Hill Huffington Post Live As research reveals the dangers of playing organized football, parents must weigh the pros and cons of letting their kids play. How do fathers with positive experiences playing make a decision for their children? And how safe are the alternatives? Guests: Ron White (Bakersfield, CA)...

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