Evidence-based safety practices can greatly reduce risk of injury and death.
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More schools require these units to be prepared for sudden cardiac arrest, a threat to student athletes.
Know how much fluid young athletes need to stay hydrated during practice and games.
About 70 percent of children participating in sports will drop out by age 13 because of burnout.
Recovery should be an important part of any runner's marathon training plan.
'Return to Learn' guidelines will give schools guidance on easing students back into the classroom after concussions.