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Focus on Matters of the Head
November 2015 | Issue No. 111
Seizures have many causes and are fairly common in children. After witnessing their child's first seizure (which can be a frightening experience), many parents want to know how to keep their child safe if another seizure occurs. 
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By: Sucheta M. Joshi, MD, MS, FAAP
Quick Sports Tips: 
helmet_icon.jpg Remind your child’s football coach to have a zero-tolerance for head-first hits and other types of illegal tackles.
soccer_icon.jpg Excessive heading drills in soccer should also be discouraged until more is known about the effects on the brain. 
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