From football and baseball, and across all age groups. And react help us recognize and react when a player might have a concussion, the Heads Up tool kit will help you, the information for those who need it most The Heads Up: Concussion in Youth Sports tool kit can be ordered and free-of-charge online to download: For more information about concussions, traumatic brain injuries or injuries in general, visit the CDC Injury s Center?. The tool kit is free and includes essential and easy – to-use information about recognizing and responding to a suspected concussion.During this training effort, CDC encourages youth sports program administrators to order and distribute the tool kits to their coaches at the beginning of each sports season.
New Study Finds Most Sports – and Recreation-Related Traumatic brain injuries occur in youth and teens, USAis estimated that 135,000 treatment of sports and recreation-related traumatic brain injury in U.S. Emergency departments each year young people aged 5 to 18, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention? s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report published. About 8 % , or more than 10 of these young people have been admitted to hospital, according to the study.In addition to HIV / AIDS stigma, some experts that a lack of pediatric investigation HIV test, HIV positive treatment and consulting institutions efforts to identify and treat HIV -positive children African.