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Youth helmet research could play role in tracking cumulative concussion effects


Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center said July 18 that its scientists had come up with a new way of tracking the cumulative effect of impacts to the head incurred by football players. Their research involved 40 Reagan High School players during the 2012 season. A similar number are being observed this season. (Winston-Salem Journal)


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