How sport affects children's health: a professional opinion
Researchers told that amateur children's sports activities have a very bad effect on their health.
Academics emphasize that kids who spend a lot of time playing soccer, volleyball, baseball, or other outdoor games are more likely to get a brain concussion.
It is advisable that sports children should be more carefully observed and given to professional sections, where the risk of injuries, according to experts, will be minimized.
Karen Liller, a professor of public and family health at the University of South Florida Public Health College, claims that a team of scientists collected data on injuries in schools for 2 years.
During this time, injuries were diagnosed in 26 people, and 12 of them had concussion.