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  • Happy Thanksgiving From CSCS
    Happy Thanksgiving From CSCS

    By: Dan Hausman As I reflect on wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and weekend, it is nice to look back at the history of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving began, in what is now America, in 1619 as a way for ...

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  • Myths and Facts About Concussions
    Myths and Facts About Concussions

    By: Matthew Tievsky We’ve all heard of the term “concussion,” but what does it mean? In our practice, with unfortunate frequency we see clients who have suffered concussions . We also see too many ...

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  • Pope Writes to Catholics that
    Pope Writes to Catholics that "No Effort Must be Spared" to End Sexual Abuse in Church

    By: CSCS Pope Francis wrote: “We showed no care for the little ones; we abandoned them,” in a 2,000 word letter to the world’s Catholics. How very true that is. The letter was publicized amidst ...

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  • DC Cyclists & Pedestrians Protest Recent Deaths
    DC Cyclists & Pedestrians Protest Recent Deaths

    By: CSCS Malik Habib was with his brother the night he was killed on June 23rd. “[W]e were just riding our bikes, doing a food delivery service on our bicycles,” recalls Cyrus. Malik's tire got caught ...

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  • Former Alabama Football Player Discuss Brain Injury & Pending Lawsuit Against NCAA
    Former Alabama Football Player Discuss Brain Injury & Pending Lawsuit Against NCAA

    By: CSCS In a recent interview with the Washington Post, Les Williams, a former defense end at Alabama in the 2000s, discussed his ongoing brain injury symptoms and how it is affecting his life. When ...

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  • Despite Significant Death Toll, Trump Administration Rule Change Could Stop Public Reporting of Hospital Infections
    Despite Significant Death Toll, Trump Administration Rule Change Could Stop Public Reporting of Hospital Infections

    By: CSCS It’s simply important data for everyone in this country, and the Trump Administration is proposing of getting rid of it, despite no alleged lobbying from Hospital groups. Currently, hospitals ...

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