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HOW TO PREVENT CONCUSSION AND SPORTS-RELATED INJURIES IN CHILDREN

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by NYMetroParents Staff

Related: sports injuries, concussions, kids sports, hockey, head, concussion, fall, skateboarding, skateboard, BMX, treat, kids health, football,


 

Kids play hard, and the potential for injury is always there. Whether you child's sport of choice is skateboarding, football, soccer, hockey, biking, or lacrosse, taking proper safety measures is always critical. We've got a round-up of articles about recognizing and treating concussions in kids, avoiding sports-related injuries in children, and being a vigilant parent.

How To Know When Head Injuries Are Serious

Treating Sports-Related Concussions

Preventing Sports Injuries in Kids

Sports Injuries in Children

 



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