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This spring semester, us BioMed students are starting our DAP project which is to design a type of equipment to protect a specific joint of the body. 528 more words

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Study: Practicing without helmets could help improve safety in football

For football players, practicing without helmets and shoulder pads may help reduce the number of head impacts in later practices and games, a new study suggests. 572 more words

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Recovery continues for injured Tenn. football player Baylor Bramble

The recovery of injured Tennessee high school football player Baylor Bramble is continuing at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta and he has made his greatest strides since being injured Oct. 297 more words

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Special report: How much high school football is too much?

This is the week that Friday night lights and Christmas lights shine simultaneously. High school teams in Texas, California and Pennsylvania will decide state champions Friday and Saturday — a dissonant intersection of holiday season and football season. 1,951 more words

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Spencer Ronchetto of West Lafayette (Ind.) plays in state final 6 weeks after ACL tear

INDIANAPOLIS – Spencer Ronchetto is a medical miracle.

Six weeks ago, he was lying on the Central Catholic football field in agonizing pain, the victim of a torn anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus in his right knee. 479 more words

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Tenn. football player Baylor Bramble continues amazing recovery, now breathing on his own

The recovery of Tennessee high school football player Baylor Bramble continues with his father announcing that Baylor completed 24 hours off the ventilator this week. 189 more words

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Two Minnesota doctors urge football to be eliminated from schools

In what could be the first of many watershed moments to impact the landscape of high school football, two University of Minnesota doctors have recommended that football be eliminated from the nation’s schools… 563 more words

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