Studies link brain disease to soccer and rugby hits, but the details are still unclear.
A third of Americans say they’re less likely to let their boys play football because of head injury risks. But helmets alone won’t solve the concussion problem.
Blows to the heads suffered by young kids are similar to those sustained by teenagers and adults. Should football be banned until kids are older?
As the NFL opens regular season, new technology and practices aim to cut concussions.
Could age restrictions help protect kids from football-related injuries? ->
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