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Organized sports are good for keeping kids active, but some parents worry about injuries like concussion, particularly with contact sports like football, soccer, and ice hockey. Most research about brain injuries in sports looks at adults, but there are some evidence-based guidelines that cal help guide practices of parents, coaches, and athletes.

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