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With Spotlight On Physical Devastation Football Causes, Question Becomes — Why Do Kids Still Play?

08:55 EST 15 Nov 2017 | Kaiser Health News

“Once upon a time a good hit would make me stand and cheer,” says Amy Stover. “Now, when I watch a game and a hit happens and someone goes down, I freeze, I feel sick. Will they get up? Are they okay? The consequences of the hit are so very vivid and real now.” In other public health news, gene editing, PTSD, maternal deaths, depression, soda, and more.

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