A vast majority of children with concussions go to primary care doctors rather than the emergency department, which may lead to youth-concussion rates being drastically underestimated.
Beginning this fall, high school football players in Florida will be limited to no more than 80 minutes of live contact in practices per week during the regular season.
The bill would require all secondary schools to adopt a written anti-hazing policy, distribute it to all coaches, and post it on their websites.
Herschel Walker, the winner of the 1982 Heisman Trophy, described physical education as his "saving grace" while growing up.
The proposed model would alter the National Collegiate Athletic Association's restrictions on collegiate student-athletes receiving compensation for usage of their names, images and likenesses.
Four years after the $60 million stadium for Allen (Texas) High School opened, voters in McKinney, Texas, ensured yet another multimillion-dollar coliseum will be coming to the Lone Star State.
The battle stems from Varsity Brands' efforts to gain copyright protection for the design of stripes, chevrons, zigzags, and color blocks that are on its uniforms.
Repeated hits to the head during the course of a season may result in long-term brain damage for youth football players even if they don't suffer concussions.
Only Iowa and the District of Columbia require the amount of weekly physical education time recommended by national experts at the elementary and middle school levels.
Youth athletes with their sights set on playing collegiate sports should be careful of what they post on social media, as an Ole Miss football player learned recently during the NFL draft.