CA ranked poorly in keeping high school athletes safe

When it comes to keeping high school athletes safe, a recent study ranked California almost dead last.

The research was conducted by UConn’s Korey Stringer Institute and looked at state’s health and safety policies relating to the leading causes of death for student athletes: sudden cardiac arrest, traumatic head injuries, exertional heat stroke and exertional sickling.

California ranked #50 only behind Colorado.

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