One of the study co-authors.

One of the study co-authors, Robert C. MD of Emerson Hospital, Concord, Massachusetts, has studied catastrophic injuries in many sports. It says to even catastrophic head injuries in football declined since special regulations in force, the players are still the field the field with symptoms a previous head injury.

'The incidence of injury is higher at the high school level compared to the college level, indicating that the younger brain is more susceptible to a brain injury, says Dr. 'Many of the a serious head injury a severe head injury were were with mild neurological symptoms from a previous head injury a concussion a concussion. '.

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