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26Sep 18

NFL seeks to make the game of football safer

In recent years, former National Football League players have shown signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE). Those affected faced challenges associated with possible brain damage resulting from concussions sustained on the field. Now football programs—from the NFL to school-aged programs—are seeking to diminish the risks for harm. The NFL is…

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