Why we’re more likely to see new injuries after concussion symptoms subsides

If you’re an NFL player, you may be a victim of concussions.

If you are a player, your brain is being damaged.

The NFL has issued guidelines on how it should handle concussions in recent weeks.

And they are not encouraging players to stay on the field until symptoms are gone.

But it is a good idea to get your head examined and treated if you have symptoms of concussion.

Here are five things you need to know about the new guidelines.1.

The NHL, NHLPA, NFL, MLB and other leagues do not have concussion protocols.2.

The USOC, which includes the National Football League, is trying to figure out how to deal with concussions that may have been caused by the players’ actions.3.

Some players have reported headaches and other symptoms, including blurred vision, loss of feeling in one or both hands and numbness in one hand.4.

There is no known way to stop or delay a concussion.5.

The league has not been able to identify the source of the injuries.

The American Academy of Neurology has identified a cluster of possible causes, including a combination of head trauma, infection, and trauma from playing football.

That study was done at a time when concussion rates were falling, when there were fewer players and more testing.

The new guidelines make it clear that the NHL, NFL and other professional sports leagues will have to work with the USOC to figure it out.6.

Players are not required to wear protective equipment in the event of a concussion or other traumatic brain injury.

The guidelines say it’s up to the players to determine how they will respond.7.

The NCAA, NBA, NFLPA and others are required to have policies and procedures in place for players with concussion symptoms.

They are also required to publish concussion guidelines.

But the guidelines don’t define what those should look like, or when they should be updated.8.

Players can get their own independent concussion testing at no cost.

If the test shows they have symptoms, they will be allowed to return to the field.

If they don’t, they may need to be re-evaluated.

If their symptoms persist, the players will be able to be reinstated on the next scheduled game.9.

The protocol is for players to be tested by a third-party physician if symptoms persist or if the test indicates they have a serious condition such as brain injury, a concussion and/or brain tumor.10.

The information is confidential and cannot be shared with any third party without written consent.11.

The protocols do not require that a player report their symptoms, and it is up to them to decide how they want to report them.12.

The players will not be permitted to use the information they collect about their concussions for advertising purposes.13.

The standards are voluntary, and players may opt out at any time.14.

The regulations do not cover any potential future injuries that may arise from the concussion protocol.

The NCAA has a concussion protocol, the NFL has one, the NBA has one.

If your team is not covered by these guidelines, you should check to see if they have them.

You can check the NCAA’s concussion protocol at the website, the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s concussion guidelines at the NBA, the MLB and the NHL at the links below.