Column: Is The Risk Of Brain Injury Too High A Price For Football?

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All over the country, young people are beginning football practice. Dressed in shoulder pads and helmets, the look like little warriors going off to battle.

And once again people are questioning the wisdom of children playing football in full gear with hitting and the resulting injuries.

One of them is featured in the most recent issue of Chicago Magazine, Mike Oliver, the founder and former coach of a youth football team in Naperville. In the interview with the magazine, Oliver basically says kids should not be playing football.

The reason?

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