Study: Protective headgear for girls’ lacrosse players increases concussion risk because players become more aggressive

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(Natural News) In 2015, the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) mandated all educational institutions under its wings to provide protective headgear for their girls’ lacrosse team. It was meant to reduce the number of injuries players get during games; however, a study has shown that the preventive measure led to an even higher injury rate….

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