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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Semi-Presidentialism

    Depending on who is the president and who is the prime minister, there are three iterations that can occur: presidency with a figure head, presidentially dominated system, and true dualism. The true advantage to Semi-Presidentialism is this true dualism: when the president and prime minister carry out executive functions parallel to each other. However, this works only if the two leaders…

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  • Should Athletes Be Required To Avoid?

    Many athletes, especially those in high school, play contact sports like football or wrestling that require athletes to be in heavy contact with each other, increasing the chance of injury. Perhaps the most serious injury that many coaches, parents, and even athletes shrug off is the concussion. A concussion occurs when the athlete experiences trauma to the brain that alters their cognitive ability, memory, or judgement. Concussions are extremely serious injuries that must be handled with care…

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  • Football Safety Essay

    Throughout the years, football has become an increasingly popular sport. From peewee leagues all the way to the NFL, football is played on a daily basis. Although it has been viewed as an American sport and pastime, the concern for safety within these leagues has become prominent over the past decade. Most people associate football as a dangerous sport and some injuries can be career and even life-ending. When football first started as a sport in the early 1900s, there was no knowledge about the…

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  • The Positive Effects Of Concussions

    A concussion is a trauma induced alteration in mental status that may or may not result in loss of consciousness. A concussion is caused by an impact to the head, neck, or any body part that may cause jarring of the head. They are always serious even if it doesn't seem like it because they can be difficult to diagnose. There are laws in place that stop athletes from returning back to the sport the same day they received a concussion. Article 2 and 3 states all of this information with detail in…

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  • The Importance Of Concussions In Athletic Training

    Athletic trainers work to treat injuries that occur within all aspects of sports in order to return players to the field or court as quickly as possible. A concussion, however, is one injury that trainers do not attempt to fix quickly and easily. Concussions have become a very serious and common injury among professional and amateur athletes who take part in contact sports, such as football and soccer. A concussion is defined as, “A traumatic brain injury that alters the way your brain…

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  • Blowing The Whistle On Concussions By Polly Sharlman Analysis

    Polly Shulman’s article “Blowing the Whistle on Concussions” focuses on care to be taken by athletes in case of a concussion. Shulman introduces his topic by telling the story of hockey player Eric Lindro who obtained a concussion in a game that he did not recover well from. Finishing the season with four concussions, six total in the past two years, Lindro was forced to retire prematurely. Shulman then goes on to state that thousands of high school athletes have had the same problems as Lindro.…

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  • What Are Concussions Affecting Student Athletes Avoid?

    student athletes. Towards the end of article 3, all the long term consequences of concussions including memory loss, dizziness, nausea, or even depression are established which can happen if the athlete does not let themselves fully recover after their head…

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  • Football: The After Effects Of Concussions In Football

    football and how it can affect the players, and current research about concussions in football players. The after-effects of a concussion can be deadly. A concussion is a temporary disorder in brain function caused by a sudden forceful blow to the head. This happens many times in football, many players have been sidelined due to concussions. There are stories of former NFL players killing themselves…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Playing Professional Football

    Some people think that professional football players are putting too much risk into their lives by playing football. Others think that they aren't because they know how risky it is to play football. But who really is right, the people who think it's risky, or the people who don't? Let's take some time to discus the advantages and disadvantages of playing profession football. First, let's take a look at some of the disadvantages. Playing profession football may be risky because it could…

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  • Sports Concussion Research Paper

    Concussion are the common occurence injury sports amoung high school, college and professional athletes. A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that is caused by a blow to the head or body, a fall or another injury that shakes the brain. Sports concussion often result in meantal and physical symptoms. Symptoms like dizziness, balance, fatigue, headache, forgetfulness, and not being able to concentrate. If the athlete sleeps a lot this could mean he has a concussion, but alos if he is not…

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