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It’s that time of year again: The increasing crispness of the fall air, the marching bands, cheerleaders and the renewal of football rivalries.
All too often, however, this is also the time of year a lot of young people begin suffering from traumatic head injuries due to collisions on the field — especially a football field.
Here’s what you need to know about high schoolers and sports head injuries.
Civilizations come and go. Politicians come and go.
Poets and authors and TV actors come and go.
Comic strips come and go, too. The biggest
difference between them and the others, perhaps: Comic strips are fondly remembered.