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  • 08/30/2016in NOCSAE News

    New helmets designed to prevent concussions

    August 29, 2016 The Times-Tribune Scranton, PA There’s heightened awareness of concussions in football because of the recent finding of chronic traumatic encephalopathy — a degenerative brain disease — during the autopsies of professional football players. Last week, we discussed the symptoms and classification of concussions. Today, we’ll talk abo...
  • 08/30/2016in NOCSAE News

    New Concussion Regulations For Illinois Athletes

    August 26, 2016 FOX 55 27 Williamsville, IL It's a small town Friday night staple: bright lights, maybe a long-standing rivalry, and big hits that bring fans to their feet. However, what goes on underneath the helmets is causing health professionals to join sports teams on the sidelines. Adam Eucker, District Athletic Director at Williamsville...
  • 08/30/2016in NOCSAE News

    Helmet-free sports drills teach athletes safer habits experts say

    August 29, 2016 CBC News Since football players can receive thousands of head impacts per season, one might think improving helmets — not getting rid of them — would keep players safer. Erik Swartz, an ex-rugby player and a kinesiology professor at the University of New Hampshire, is taking a different approach with the Helmet-less...

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