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  • 07/23/2014in NOCSAE News

    Spartan hockey helmets going under microscope

    July 22, 2014 Jeff Klein The New York Times BLACKSBURG, Va. — Hockey helmets may be on the verge of a radical makeover, as scientists and engineers at Virginia Tech prepare a rating system that measures each brand’s and model’s ability to reduce the risk of concussion.   “After football, hockey is the sport that produces the highest...
  • 07/23/2014in NOCSAE News

    California tackles full-contact football in schools

    July 23, 2014 Sarah Ferris The Washington Post   California lawmakers have a new plan to make football safer for young players: Put a time limit on tackling.   Under a law signed Mondayby Gov. Jerry Brown (D), youth football teams are allowed just three hours of full-contact play per week during the season. In the off-season, full-contact...
  • 07/23/2014in NOCSAE News

    H.S. football wears new helmet sensors to fight against concussions

    July 23, 2014 Adam Aaro WSYX-TV Columbus, Ohio   In an effort to better detect concussion symptoms, Madison-Plains High School’s football team is using Shockbox Sports Helmet Sensors this season. “We want to make the concussion issue something the kids take seriously,” said Jason Hunt, the football team’s Head Coach. We...

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