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NKY TRIBUNE: St. Elizabeth Healthcare teams with NFL Alumni to offer concussion seminar at Receptions in Erlanger St. Elizabeth Healthcare, the Mayo Clinic, Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers, and the NFL Alumni will present a free seminar on concussions from 6 – 8 p.m. on Wednesday, June 15, at Receptions in Erlanger.
ENQUIRER: Column: Movie ‘Concussion’ should prompt valuable dialogue Head trauma among NFL players has become a hot-button issue, and that conversation is sure to escalate in the wake of the new film “Concussion.” That’s a good thing. Playing football is not without risk, and risk should never be taken lightly.
KHSAA: St. Elizabeth Healthcare Announced As Girls’ Sweet 16® Title Sponsor The Kentucky High School Athletic Association announced a new corporate partner in a press conference at the BB&T Arena on the campus of Northern Kentucky University on Monday, revealing St. Elizabeth Healthcare as the new title sponsor of the KHSAA Girls’ Sweet Sixteen®. Secured through a partnership with Northern Kentucky University and BB&T Arena, the new two-year agreement will begin this season with the 2016 St. Elizabeth Healthcare/KHSAA Girls’ Sweet 16®, the first at BB&T Arena in Highlands Heights, and continue through the 2017 tournament.
WLWT5: Teen recovering after cardiac event at NKY soccer tournament The start of the high school sports season brings a reminder about the dangers student-athletes can face and how critical it is to take action quickly. On Tuesday, a team playing in a soccer tournament in Northern Kentucky almost saw the unthinkable happen. A boy playing for Walton Verona had what's being called a cardiac event after a game against Holy Cross. As WLWT News 5's Todd Dykes explains, athletic officials scrambled for a device that may have saved the young man's life.

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