Safer Soccer campaign helping make the sport safer for young athletes by reducing the risk of concussions
Timed vision tests helpful in determining if concussions have been sustained in children as young as 5 years old, according to NYU study
Facemasks help prevent concussions and other serious injuries in young baseball and softball players. Are your players protected when they step in the batter’s box?
High school soccer players – both boys and girls – are at greatest risk for suffering concussions during player-to-player contact, according to new study findings.
Initiative aims to reduce the concussion risk among young players by delaying heading until age 14.
Cindy Parlow Cone, one of the U.S.’s greatest soccer players of all time, talks about the importance of providing kids with positive sports experiences to propel them to healthy lifestyles as adults.
Slight majority of concussions occurring in youth football happen during games while at the high school and collegiate level they’re more likely to occur during practices, according to new study.
To help ensure your young athlete has a safe and rewarding experience make sure their coach is well-versed in these five key areas.
One in four American households with children will not let their kids play football due to concerns over concussions, according to a Truven Health Analytics-NPR Health Poll.
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