This should be common sense.
This should cover all school athletes, even if they are over 18.
yep did it.
My husband recently resigned as being a coach for a HS football team, because so many kids are 1 concussion away from never participating in sports again. As a healthcare worker, he couldn't stand it.
Soccer is worse than HS football believe it or not!
There was a study about Italian Soccer players from 30-40's and how abnormally high their suicide rate was because of depression due to repeated brain concussions
I just learned that only 10% of concussions result in the loss of conciousness (https://docs.google.com/a/causes.com/viewer?url=http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/pdf/Football_Fact_Sheet_Coaches-a.pdf) meaning that these injuries could go undetected and kids sent back onto the field to sustain further deadly brain trauma. I signed the petition because all youth sports coaches should be educated to recognize the less overt signs of concussions before they unknowingly tell players to just "shake it off" and keep playing.
so thinkx allot again for your observation and what do you in yr life and what's the nwes for the world of jourbalist sports ah? i'm with but not conaivre me
my son played football an got hit twice very hard he didn't know where he was an very confused an hasn't played football since then ,,, the coaches made me mad an did not take any concerns it was all up to the physical therapist ,, that is wrong to me I made it an issue to the coaches to watch all player on the field an do not walk away from a child the has a concussions he had headaches for 6 months.
I just learnt that in United States hospitals they serve heaps of fast foods - What?
I support the Lystedt law.
THIS IS A FOUL;P.
A concussion is a mild form of traumatic brain injury caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the.
head. Concussions can also occur from a fall or a blow to the body that causes the head to move.
rapidly back and forth. Doctors may describe these injuries as “mild” because concussions are usually.
not life-threatening. Even so, their effects can be serious. Understanding the signs and symptoms of.
a concussion can help you get better more quickly.