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Athletes Should Not Play With Head Injuries, Say Doctors.

Germany's decision to let midfield Christof Kramer keep playing in the World Cup final yesterday after being slammed in the head was understandable-if this were 1962, anyway. Back then, a little concussion wasn't seen as much of a big deal.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Likewise, they should not play if they have broken bones sticking out through their skin.

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