There seems to be a constant stream of news reports aboutcurrent or former NFL or NCAA athletes who havesustained (or are suffering from the latent consequences of) aconcussion or sub-concussive hit.

Although concussions sustained by football players have received the mostnotoriety, similar, if not higher, rates of concussion occur inother sports such as soccer, hockey, rugby and lacrosse. Theseinjuries are prevalent in K–12 and higher education sports.

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