Health & Safety

Today, Brooke de Lench begins blogging again after a summer off while she worked on two major initiatives: MomsTEAM Institute's inaugural SmartTeams Play Safe Summit at Harvard Medical School, and the launch of six SmartTeam pilot programs.

Health & Safety
The last several years have seen a growing number of companies introduce to the consumer market the first generation of impact sensors intended for real time monitoring of impacts to the heads of athletes in actual games and practices. Here are our answers to the most frequently asked questions about sensors.
The Smart Teams Play Safe™ summit is bringing together leading clinicians, researchers and scientists in the field of youth sports health and safety to announce a comprehensive set of youth sports health and safety best practices, and to mark the launch of MomsTEAM Institute’s innovative SmartTeam™ program, which will be implementing best practices in six communities around the country in the fall of 2014.
Health & Safety
The risk of sustaining a concussion in high school football is not effected by the brand, age or recondition status of the helmet, nor by the type of mouth guard worn, says a new study in the American Journal of Sports Medicine finds.
Health & Safety

Because coaches have the strongest influence on a student-athlete's decision to report a concussion, more concussion education of coaches, including the need to report concussions, however, minor, and the creation of a safe reporting environment are critical, experts say, to combating chronic underreporting of concussion.

What people are saying about MomsTeam:

I finally had the opportunity to watch The Smartest Team  and thought it was terrific. I want to commend you and your team on a job well done.  It is informative, insightful and important information for anyone in youth and high school sports to watch. 



Scott Hallenbeck Executive Director, USA Football

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