The Lystedt Law

In the USA, laws have been enacted in all 50 States to prevent children and adolescents being allowed to return to sport because of the potential for secondary impact syndrome.
The law is named after Zachary Lystedt who was sent back onto the football field after a concussion when aged 14 and suffered a second impact which resulted in profound brain damage and ongoing disability.


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