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The ongoing scrutiny of whether concussions are a football culture-induced, needlessly dangerous risk or injuries that are “just part of the game” continues.Some recent headlines give fresh glimpses into the controversy:

The concussion controversy surrounding violent contact sports continues.
  • The National Operating Committee for Standards in Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE), an independent body that creates performance standards for protective equipment, recently issued a statement saying that their research shows that no NOCSAE-approved studies prove that helmets or third-party attachments prevent or reduce the severity of concussions.Read the article here.

 

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