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New Guidelines for Youth Soccer to Protect Young Brains

11-17-15
New guidelines from the U.S. Soccer Federation will drastically change how youth come in contact with the ball. The organization released new safety measures in an effort to prevent head injuries on the field.
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Cheerleading Poses Highest Risk of Catastrophic Injury

11-11-15
The American Academy of Pediatrics says cheerleading has the highest rate of catastrophic injuries out of all high school sports. A new surgery that untangles and relieves nerves is now available to of those who suffer from traumatic brain injuries.
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Camden Community Mourns Loss of Riversharks

10-23-15
After 15 years at Campbell's Field, the Camden Riversharks are leaving due to inability to negotiate a long-term lease. Plans for major development of Camden's waterfront were announced in September, and county officials say they already have several offers from other baseball teams, and even one major league affiliate, since the announcement.
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Officials Call on Congress to Reexamine Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act

10-13-15
Sen. Bob Menendez and Congressman Frank Pallone are calling on Congress to reexamine the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, which cracks down on online sports betting.
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Inquiry on Fantasy Sports Leagues Based on Allegations of Questionable Employee Activity

10-7-15
An investigation has been launched on fantasy sports leagues -- DraftKings and FanDuel -- on allegations of questionable activity by employees for both companies.
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Remembering Baseball Legend Yogi Berra

9-23-15
Baseball Legend and Montclair resident Yogi Berra has died at the age of 90.
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New CDC Report Urges Athletes to Report Concussions

9-22-15
A new CDC report says that concussions are dramatically unreported in young athletes. They say the answer lies in changing the culture behind "playing through pain."
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Report Found Rutgers Football Coach in Violation of University Policy

9-17-15
A 21-page investigative report done by Rutgers University Robert Barchi found that head football coach Kyle Flood had violated University policy when he contacted a professor on the academic status of one of his players.
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NJTV News Exclusive: Interview with Rutgers President On Football Controversies

9-16-15
Following an internal investigation into emails sent by Rutgers coach Kyle Flood, he's been given a three game suspension and fined $50,000.
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Dr. Chiaravalloti: Tackle Football Should be Banned Until High School

9-7-15
Kessler Institute Director of Traumatic Brain Injury Research Dr. Nancy Chiaravalloti says that research has shown that young children are at a greater risk of getting a concussion for a variety of reasons. She suggested that tackle football should be banned until children reach high school.