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During the winter, getting enough exercise is one of the first areas we overlook, but it’s critically important for strengthening growing hearts and lungs and preventing obesity.
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Concussion specialist Gerard Gioia shares 10 questions parents should ask their child’s coaches and sports organizations about head safety.