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Study: Limiting Contact at Football Practice Could Reduce Head Injuries

Limiting contact at football practices could be pivotal in reducing youth head injuries, according to the latest collaborative helmet research effort released Monday by two universities.

Researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Virginia Tech determined that youth players exposed to less contact during practice had a 37 percent to 46 percent lower risk of head injuries.

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