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Ivy League Football: A Trailblazer in Concussion Prevention, Says Penn's Laudano

New rules put in place by the Ivy League for the 2011 football season - including a reduction in the number of full-contact practices and drills - were designed to protect student-athletes from subconcussive hits considered a possible cause of long-term brain injury, says University of Pennsylvania head athletic trainer Eric Laudano, and blazed a trail he hopes other football conferences will follow.
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