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  • 12/09/2016in NOCSAE News

    CDC’s Heads Up vs. Heads Up Football

    December 8, 2016 MedPage Today Because of recent reports and football's popularity, many people think "Heads Up Football" when they hear of Heads Up. While CDC's Heads Up is separate from the National Football League-sponsored Heads Up Football, the two share connections beyond program names -- including questions about their effectiveness. Heads U...
  • 12/09/2016in NOCSAE News

    Heads Up: Has CDC Concussion Awareness Program Flopped?

    December 8, 2016 MedPage Today This is the first in a series of exclusive MedPage Today reports focusing on Heads Up, the CDC's concussion awareness and prevention program. These reports will analyze the program's design and efficacy. At a medical meeting in late-October, researchers at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children in Dallas had a...
  • 12/09/2016in NOCSAE News

    Panthers to spend more time looking into concussion prevention

    December 8, 2016 CBS Sports Concussions are a problem with every team in the NFL, but if it seems like the specific injury has bitten the Panthers more than any other franchise this season, that's because it has. The Panthers have placed a league-high eight players in the concussion protocol nine times this season (cornerback...

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