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Concussions: Protecting School Athletes

Concussions: a common injury for players of contact sports everywhere. Though football immediately comes to mind as a sport in which players are liable to face the risk of head injury, everything from soccer to hockey to track and field can theoretically cause significant head trauma if an accident occurs. Even day-to-day gym classes can pose a threat! No athletic activity, regardless of the level at which it is played, is completely risk-free.

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Why Proper Padding Reduces Injury Risk

It is hard to talk about certain sports these days without talking about the risks involved. While people associate most injuries with full-contact sports, such as football, hockey, and wrestling, they can occur in any sport. In today’s world, as scientists develop more technology, they are able to understand more of the repercussions that come with certain injuries, such as concussions.

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Concussions: Important Information for High School Athletes

A few years ago, the media started reporting what many of us already knew: Concussions lead to all types of physical and mental problems. Although football has been a primary target over the last decade, concussions occur in a wide range of contacts and high-intensity sports on every level from little league to the professional league.

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A LOOK AT THE TOP 5 WRESTLING PROGRAMS FACILITIES

Iowa’s NCAA wrestling program is always listed in the top five programs throughout the country. Iowa State often makes that list too. Oklahoma is another state that takes wrestling very seriously. Iowa’s colleges – plus others like Oklahoma State, Oklahoma, and Lehigh – take pride in their athletes and accomplishments. They also take pride in the beautiful wrestling facilities they’ve developed.

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WALL PADDING THAT PREVENTS CONCUSSIONS ARE NECESSARY FOR SCHOOLS

A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that alters the way your brain functions, according to the Mayo Clinic. Unfortunately, for athletes who play contact sports, concussions are far too common.

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