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Protective Headgear in Soccer May Reduce Concussion Risk

Concussion Injury Different From Injury Resulting From Heading Soccer Ball

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Jeff Skeen of Full90 Sports talks about and the role of protective headgear in reducing the risk of concussion and the difference between concussions, which occur as a result of contact between a player's head and a hard object (another player's head, the ground or the goalpost), and the kinds of brain injuries which can occur as a result of repeated heading of a soccer ball.

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