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Study: Even without concussions, football players see brain changes

Football is a game of hard hits, including blows to the head. For decades, players were encouraged to use their helmeted heads to plow down opposing team members. Even with a helmet, though, a major blow to the head can shake the brain inside the skull. This can cause a concussion, or bruise on the brain.

New guidelines allow kids with mild concussions to get active after just two days

If you've had a child with a concussion, you know that the main treatment is rest -- both physical and mental. For nearly a decade, concussions among children have required enforced rest in a dim room with no screens, books or stimulation of any kind. It isn't easy, especially for children with a lot of energy to burn, but it was thought necessary to promote healing.

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