Falcons teach mothers about youth football dangers
ALPHARETTA, Ga. -- The Atlanta Falcons are taking a proactive approach to educating families about the health risks of playing youth football.
Hosting a safety clinic Tuesday night at a suburban Atlanta private school, approximately 176 mothers learned about concussion symptoms, proper tackling techniques and correct fitting of helmets and pads.
Team neurologist Kaveh Khajavi, USA Football Heads Up manager Michael Haynes and USA Football master trainer Buddy Curry spoke to the crowd.
Brian Parker of the Taylor Hooton Foundation discussed dietary supplements and the dangers of performance... read more
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