Study: Protective headgear for girls' lacrosse players increases concussion risk because players become more aggressive

Study: Protective headgear for girls' lacrosse players increases concussion risk because players become more aggressive
(Natural News) In 2015, the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) mandated all educational institutions¬†under its wings to provide protective headgear for their girls’ lacrosse team. It was meant to reduce the number of injuries players get during games; however, a study has shown that the preventive measure led to an even higher injury rate….
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