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  • 09/27/2016in NOCSAE News

    USA Football, Bill Belichick Foundation, Safety Tag Bring Attention To Injury Prevention

    September 26, 2016 Sport Techie Bill Belichick’s name is synonymous with football intelligence. Along with success on the field, the New England Patriots coach is focused on player safety as well. So when USA Football, The Bill Belichick Foundation and Safety Tag launched the inaugural 2016 Masconomet youth football season with a safety clinic in...
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    Spinal Tap Test Gauges Sports Concussion Severity

    September 26, 2016 Scientific American In the world of recreational and professional sports, many athletes—particularly in contact sports—suffer concussions. These mild traumatic brain injuries cause headaches, memory problems and confusion, but usually resolve on their own with rest. Some players, however, especially after repeated concussions, co...
  • 09/27/2016in NOCSAE News

    Teen Concussion Diagnoses Rise 71% Amid Media, Legislative Focus

    September 27, 2016 Forbes The number of teenagers who have been diagnosed with concussions jumped more than 70% from 2010 to 2015 as National Football League brain injuries and efforts to prevent them became the focus of media attention. A study of more than 900,000 medical claims of diagnosed concussions by the Blue Cross Blue...

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