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The long-term effects of living life to the full

Beyond the familiar issues of corruption and performance-enhancing drugs (drugs cheats) that bedevil the governing bodies of major world sports, one of the biggest coming up fast on the rail for physical contact sports and games is that of concussion and its long-term effects.

Here’s an article by Daniel Scholfield that appears today on the website of the Daily Telegraph. It contains nothing earth-shatteringly new yet highlights the underlying problem with some clarity – CONCUSSION

About Sandra McDonnell

As an Englishwoman married to a Scot, Sandra experiences some tension at home during Six Nations tournaments. Her enthusiasm for rugby was acquired through early visits to Fylde club matches with her father and her proud boast is that she has missed only two England home games at Twickenham since 1995. Sandra has three grown-up children, none of whom follow rugby. More Posts