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LOCAL 12: Hydration critical for football players both before and after practicing in the heat These warmer temperatures are adding to the danger for teens who are now starting daily practice for high school football, but athletic trainers have some advice on staying safe from the dangers of the heat.
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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