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Adjusting sports drills to prevent concussions


A study in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics reports that interventions such as reducing the speed of players engaged in contact, correcting tackling technique, and progressing to contact may be more effective in reducing head impact exposure than simply reducing time spent on contact drills relative to minimal or no contact drills.

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