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Should football be banned because of an increased risk of severe concussions?


A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that alters the way your brain functions. Effects are usually temporary but can become permanent but can include headaches and problems with concentration, memory, balance and coordination. Even we know so much about this, why should we still let people play football? Is it safe? Do you think that they should check with doctors every month? Should there be a rule that you get a monthly check up for concussions?

 

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    Mahsa S (mahsa setareh) 21 months ago

    Even if they "recover" from the injury I'm sure they will go through other disorders and bad affects on their body and brain..

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    Mahsa S (mahsa setareh) 21 months ago

    What sort of changes would that be? no tackling? I mean..it's a serious injury and it will increase the risk of so many other diseases and disorders in someone..