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Should we let kids play sports involving head collisions? Nothing to do with Money.
This is purely a safety issue. You can also call it an ignorant parenting issue.
How old does a human brain have to be before it can become less susceptible to trauma from repetitive sub concussive hits.
Something I don't understand is why girls don't wear helmets in Lacrosse. I know the boys play rougher but getting hit in the head with that Paul would knock a girl out
More parents are moving their kids away from Football at a young age. Stories like the one I posted in the OP will help. Zac Easter’s last wish that his family spread the word about his “silent struggle” with CTE.
"what else should they be prevented from doing?"
Let's start with not letting them scramble their brains by playing tackle football when their brains are not formed well enough.