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AEMA LOGO-STACKEDThe purpose of the The Athletic Equipment Managers Association (AEMA) is to promote, advance, and improve the Equipment Managers Profession in all of its many phases. One goal is to work as a group to bring about equipment improvements for the greater safety of all participants in sports and recreation. Members of the AEMA enjoy the opportunity to meet fellow equipment managers at convention, share ideas, and learn more efficient techniques to help improve their work place.

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    June 26, 2017 Here in 2017, fortunately everyone realizes the severity of concussions, referring to a traumatic head injury that results in the temporary loss of brain function. But while there is plenty of awareness, we are still trying to come up with the best way of diagnosing them when they happen.   From smart...
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    Style vs safety: Do too many football helmets pose a risk?

    June 24, 2017 Oregon football players used three helmets last season – green, black and white – that were mixed and matched with myriad uniform combinations.   The Ducks were pioneers in football fashion and other schools have followed, using helmets to make a statement. Now, the NCAA wants to determine whether style is coming...
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    Debate stirs about female lax players not wearing helmets

    June 23, 2017   St. Paul, Minneapolis Erin Foster was running toward a groundball at an indoor lacrosse game when she was pushed, sending her unprotected head into a wall.   "It basically cracked my scull," the 20-year-old Ann Arbor Pioneer High School graduate recalled. "They said it was a traumatic head injury, a level...

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