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PBS NEWSHOUR

How high school athletes deal with concussions

  • Aired: 02/03/2014
  • 06:59
  • Rating: NR
Despite reports on the dangers of concussions and in the wake of recent lawsuits against the NFL for illnesses related to head injuries, even high school athletes feel pressured to hide their injuries in order to get back in the game. Hari Sreenivasan and PBS NewsHour’s network of Student Reporting Labs explore how concussions in football have affected high school players.
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