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Gradual Return to Play After Concussions Recommended

Athletes who suffer concussion should follow a six-step, symptom-limited, return to play process towards return to game play and may require a longer rest period and/or extended period of non-contact exercise before return than adults because they have a different physiological response to concussion, take longer to recover, and have other unique risk factors.

SmartTeams™ Talk: Don’t Overprescribe Cognitive Rest After Concussion, Says Pieroth

Emerging science and expert consensus are challenging the notion that an extended period of complete cognitive and physical rest after concussion is necessary for recovery, and that concussed athletes need no more than 1-2 days rest at home, after which they should return to school with modifications to the school day as needed.

Wake Up To Eggs: The Cognitive Benefits of High-Protein Breakfasts for Kids in School

Studies show that eating a high-protein breakfast has cognitive benefits, improving memory recall time, grades and test scores. Parents know that it's essential to make smart breakfast choices so their kids can do their best, and eggs are a great way to start the day off right.
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