A Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center study showed number of head impacts young football players had during various drills.
A Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center study showed number of head impacts young football players had during various drills. Dean Strickland newsobserver.com file photo
A Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center study showed number of head impacts young football players had during various drills. Dean Strickland newsobserver.com file photo

What newly released study revealed about head impacts at youth football practices

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