Protective Eyewear Reduces Eye, Head, and Facial Injuries in High School Field Hockey

High school field hockey players competing in states which mandate protective eyewear have significantly lower rates of head, eye, and facial injuries when compared to those who compete in states without such mandates, and the addition of protective eyewear did not result in more player-player contact injuries such as concussions, a new study finds.

Concussion Rates in High School Sports Vary By Sport and Gender

Concussion rates in thirteen high school sports from 1998 to 2008, as reported in three separate studies, vary widely by sport and, in some cases, by gender.

Is Lifting Field Hockey Ball Safe?

Tara Jelley-Danielson, former US national field hockey team player and product and marketing developer at Brine, talks about whether lifting the ball during play is safe.

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