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It's not just football: Concussions are happening all over sports

With participation in sports at an all-time high, injuries are certain to rise as well. Among the more notable injuries are concussions, which affect a wide spectrum of student-athletes and professionals. While football-related concussions...

source: By Bob Kowalski
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Orthopedics This Week, the most widely read publication in the orthopedics industry, recently announced...

source: By Heidi Dawson

Do coaches ever use football video games to get ideas for devising plays? Said one anonymous coach in Wisconsin: "I know a lot of coaches that do. We've even talked about creating our entire playbook in Madden and giving it to our kids to learn and play it in the off-season....

source: Journal Sentinel

In 2015, every girls high school soccer program in Lexington, Kentucky was led by a male head coach. In 2018, female head coaches lead more than half — 5 of 9, to be precise. Statewide, women run about one-third of high school girls’ soccer programs.

source: Lexington Herald-Leader

Another Northern Virginia high school is suspending its varsity football program for the 2018 season due to a lack of participation. Manassas Park High School will play a junior varsity schedule, principal Pamela Kalso wrote in a letter...

source: The Washington Post

Weak grip strength in children may point to a higher risk of such health problems as diabetes and heart disease, new research suggests. In a new study that followed children from 4th grade through 5th grade, a grip-strength test was given...

source: HealthDay News

Many special and general education students of all ages and achievement levels don’t get enough...

source: By Howard Margolis


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