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Injury Prevention and Control: Brain
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has
developed information regarding preventing, recognizing and responding to
concussions in children. This is a great source for information about
concussions that not coaches, parent and fellow athletes that are involved in
youth sports can benefit from.
To read more about this serious brain injury and how to prevent and respond to
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