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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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Making great catches in baseball and softball often includes taking one for the team. Being a hero, however, doesn’t have to be so painful when a player slams up against the back wall or fence. Concussions occur when someone suffers from head trauma due to a collision with the wall.