Player-to-Player Contact Found to Cause Most Concussions in H.S. Soccer

A recent study concluded that banning headers in high school soccer may not be the most effective way to limit concussions among players.  The study was published online Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics, as athlete-to-athlete contact was at fault far more often.

Boston College women's soccer team

Photo by John Quackenbos, photographer for Boston College Athletics

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