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Report urges planning now to curb youth sports injuries

 
With the start of a new school year comes a new season of youth sports, and with it growing concerns about player safety.
 
A new survey by the non-profit advocacy group Safe Kids Worldwide finds "an alarming gap" in what is known about sports safety and what is being done to reduce the risk of injury to young athletes, whether playing scholastic, intramural, recreational, select or club team sports.
 

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National Council on Youth Sports Safety Joins President Obama for Concussion Summit 

NCYSS Co-Chairs Dr. David Satcher and Dr. Eliot Sorel recently participated in the Healthy Kids and Safe Sports Concussion Summit hosted by President Barack Obama at the White House.

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Experts from FIFA, Sports Legacy Institute Lend Support to PASS Initiative

FIFA Chief Medical Officer and Chairman of the FIFA Medical Assessment and Research Center (F-MARC) Dr. Jiri Dvorak wants young people throughout the world to continue to enjoy the game with fewer risks. . 

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