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In order to practice medicine, one must continuously weigh the potential risks of a given action against its known or potential benefits. Parents must weigh similar risks and benefits when deciding whether their children should participate in sports, particularly contact and collision sports.

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While the risk of injury will always exist in contact sports, there are also many benefits to sports. Further, much progress has been made regarding awareness, and today, families and coaches have a better understanding of the signs and symptoms of concussions.

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Benefits of Contact Sports essaysObviously, there has always been a great risk while participating in contact sports. The participants involved in these sporting events are always susceptible to being seriously injured. These brave participants are completely aware of the everyday risk, but the ener

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Weigh the Risks and Benefits of Contact Sports Share this article about concussions with parents—especially those whose teenagers play sports. Although another football season just wrapped up, the debate about head injuries and concussions still rages.

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Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Pharma & Healthcare I cover breaking news in medicine, ... Clearly, we still do not understand all the risks and benefits of contact sports.

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These benefits are critical to the health and development of our youth and they serve to show the need for a more balanced approach to how we address the safety of our kids playing contact sports.

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Non-contact sports are not guaranteed to be injury-free, but are are relatively or completely contact-free. All sports demand an increasing level of fitness, and benefit from targeted cross-training to build cardiovascular conditioning and strength. Non-contact sports offer the additional benefit of improved fitness with greater control over ...

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Weigh the benefits. Neither Tator nor Green thinks kids should be kept away from contact sports. “I think parents should encourage their kids to play. There’s so many benefits from getting out there and playing,” says Tator, pointing to a decrease in the risk of childhood obesity. There are also social benefits, particularly from team sports.

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Physical health benefits of sports. Clearly, sports can help you reach your fitness goals and maintain a healthy weight. However, they also encourage healthy decision-making such as not smoking and not drinking. Sports also have hidden health benefits such as lowering the chance of osteoporosis or breast cancer later in life. Sports boost self ...

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Sports can benefit children in many of the same ways that they benefit adults. The biggest difference is that when children start participating in sports at a young age, they are far more likely ...