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Smart Football Helmets, Good—Proper Training, Better!
September 12, 2013
2 Min Read
A recent Qmed News story highlighted a study earlier this year in which researchers in Virginia and North Carolina took a comprehensive look at how football-related head injuries could impact children between the ages of 14 and 18. Eventually, researchers hope that this study will help improve player safety on the field, including by prompting the development of smart helmets containing accelerometers and sensors.
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Bob Michaels is managing editor of Medical Product Manufacturing News.
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