New Jersey Begins to Tackle Sudden Cardiac Death in Scholastic Athletes
Nothing about scholastic sports is life and death. Sure, the drive to win is strong. The desire for a college scholarship runs through player and parent. And competition breeds the best and worst in people. But nothing about scholastic sports is life and death — at least it shouldn't be. Yet every year, for about 100 teenage athletes, it is.
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