Big hits, Broken Dreams

Concussions in sports, particularly football, is a significant health concern. While there are documented benefits to participation in sports, there is debate that the risks outweigh the benefits. A great deal of effort has gone into attempting to make sports such as football safer, including the solution being currently tested in the Ivy League.
After viewing the Big Hits, Broken Dreams video and reading the TIME Magazine article, please address the following prompt. Answer in complete sentences and provide detailed explanations using specific examples from the video, article, and any other sources you choose.
Video (link): https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=VH2KjItYXUY# (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Video (missing audio): Big Hits Broken Dreams missing audio.pdfPreview the document
In-text citation: (CNN, 2012)
Reference: CNN. (2012, January 27). Dr. Sanjay Gupta Presents: Big Hits Broken Dreams [Video]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch? feature=player_embedded&v=VH2KjItYXUY

Article (link): http://time.com/5412533/football-concussion-rates-drop-rule-change/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Article (pdf): Football Concussion Rates Drop After Rule Change_ Study _ Time.pdfPreview the document In-text Citation: (Tanner, 2018)
Reference: Tanner, L. (2018, Oct. 2). Football Concussion Rates Plummet After One Simple Rule Change, Study Shows. TIME Magazine. Retrieved from: http://time.com/5412533/football-concussion-rates-drop-rule-change/

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