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February 21, 2012

New Kansas law targets concussions as a risk to student-athletes’ brains

Wichita student Peyton Miller was in sixth grade when he got his first concussion in phys-ed. It was so bad, he was knocked unconscious. A second one in seventh grade came much easier, and by the time he received a third concussion in eighth grade, followed by severe headaches, Peyton walked away from football.

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