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Brain Injury and Concussion in High School Football

Football and concussions continue to be debated. Is the game worth the risk of permanent brain damage?  Should head hits be prohibited?  Should you allow your child to particpate in a sport that can result in permanent brain injury?

I recently came across a PBS Frontline Documentary on Head Injuries (and other issues) in High School Football. Worth watching no matter how you feel about the game.  You can get more informatoin by clicking here

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