For parents to keep their children safe they should not let their kids play tackle football until they are twelve. Kids also should be careful and care for their own health even it means losing their career. Kids should not let the desire of playing tackle at a young age affect their future goals. First, researchers have realize that starting football at a young age affects them as they get older and older. Kids from the age 11 and below still don't have fully developed brains and tackling, getting knock down, and always having physical contact will affect the way of how the brain will develop.The age of twelve is a very important year for the brain development.
I don’t think kids should learn such harsh moves at such a young age but, the sport is a very healthy sport. If anything football is ranked in the top 5 for being the one to help a lot of people lose weight and live a healthier life, and they aren’t doing the violent moves. If football were to get rid of such violent moves maybe more people would be open to playing the famous sport. “The happy medium is what Pop Warner did, with limiting the practice contact, by doing that, you remove a ton of exposure to head injuries.” Dr. Eric Lee, of Oak Orthopedics in Frankfort made that statement. (179).
Being educated in concussions should be required just strictly based how common they are. Athletes are concussed around 2.5 million each year due to random events that happen at play which is a outstanding number. Learning how to treat yourself would be great because typically professional athlete are the only people around who have 24/7 trainers who attended to their every needs. Even though that 's true, self-treatment can still lead to much fast recovery time and less risk of permanent damage. Using improper and unsafe techniques while playing a sport are a very common reason why this head injure
5. BONE AILMENTS 5.1 FRACTURES A fracture is also known as bone breakage. Bones are mostly unbending, but every now and then they bend or give external force to the body. However, the bones will break if the force applied on it is too strong, just as a plastic ruler breakdowns when it is bent too far. The severity of a fracture is usually determined by the force that caused the break.
According to a scientist named Rob Scientist, “30 minutes of exercise per day has been proven to reduce childhood obesity” (Scientist). Rob is substantially stating that when children exercise at least a half of an hour a day, they reduce childhood obesity. Being obese, especially as a child, is unhealthy and is extremely difficult to become healthy again. However, students don’t necessarily
Given, all children are unique and react differently to a variety of different forms of discipline: corporally punishing a child has never been useful and a multitude of tests have been done on different children. Many parents believe that spanking a child is the only way to make a lasting imprint on how they behave (Healthline). This is false because time-out, a discussion, taking away what caused the problem, and even practicing patience can make lasting imprints on a child, and even parents. In the end, physical discipline is not only wrong, but
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“With appropriate treatment most children who commit crimes, even the most violent crimes, can be rehabilitated and become responsible adults.”(Berger) The reason why is because their brains are still changing they are still going throw a change they are still growing. The brain where it “regulates aggression, long range planning, mental, flexibility, abstract thinking has not yet been developed.”(Berger) In the article “Justice for Juveniles” a child is tried as an adult his parents don’t want him to go to jail because they say it is too big for him, and he wouldn’t last a day in there. The judge didn’t bother to
When my parents where children they didn’t have helmets, knee pads, wrist guards, or even smooth concrete to ride on. Learning to ride a bike helps children learn courage because they are not going to succeed on the first try. They are going to fall and need to get back up and try again. Children have lost a sense of danger because their parents are always watching them, telling them to be safe, and stopping any potentially harmful activities. This effects a child’s development because they are unable to experience a sense of danger in their lives which leads to courage
When is comes to saving money from a four-day school week it is simple because their are so many ways to do so. Since your not going to school for an extra day it saves a days worth of fuel, energy, and time. Depending on where the money goes to help varies on the money saved (Ray). Over a year this could end up being a substantial amount of money according to the superintendent of Warroad Public schools “ a shorter week save the district $1.2 million over a six year period”
Everything children do could end badly and they could get hurt, so to keep them from a sport that they love would just hurt the child. There are always going to be people that want to end a certain sport or an activity all together but the fact of the matter is that it just wont happen. If we eliminate football than we have to eliminate other dangerous sports as well and the world could never do that. Youth football has come a long way and continues to become a safer
Sometimes people who have had a concussion need to be tested every two years just to make sure everything is ok and that no new concussions have been made. It is said that girls have a greater chance of suffering from a concussion than boys because the composition of the neck and head are smaller. Girls are given more time to go back to the game as research shows that it takes extra time for them to recover. Boys and girls should be given the same amount of recovery time regardless of the