Minn officials now tracking concussions at schools
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Health is now tracking concussions at 42 high schools.
The information will give Minnesota medical professionals a better sense of concussion recovery for high school athletes.
As the fall sports season progresses and more data is gathered, the Minnesota Department of Health will assess the information.
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