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Protecting Athletes: Concussions

Conversations about protecting athletes from concussions more often than not focus solely on football. But several incidents at this summer's World Cup triggered questions about what FIFA, soccer's governing body, does to keep players safe. Kojo explores the emerging science and policies behind debates about concussions and professional and amateur sports.

Source: "Clinical presentation of chronic traumatic encephalopathy," Robert A. Stern, Boston University. 2013.

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