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U.S. Women’s Soccer Stars Take Lead on Risks of Heading.

For Parlow Cone, who retired as a player about 10 years ago partly because of headaches and fatigue caused by her concussions, protecting kids means keeping them from seeing stars. When she was a player, she long thought that seeing stars when she headed the ball was just a part of the game.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

There is no good age for headers. If you can’t use your hands in soccer, just extend the ban to the head.

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