Young Hockey players lack of knowledge about concussions could be dangerous

Young hockey players, coaches and parents lack of knowledge about whether it's safe to play with a concussion, how it's treated and what are the symptoms.

Dr. Michael Cusimano, a neurosurgeon at Toronto's St. Michael's Hospital, interviewed coaches, trainers and parents, and 267 players and found that one in four minor-league players didn't know if he could or not play with a concussion and only half of the players could name a concussion symptom.

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