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Football Helmets: The Last Line of Defense?

National Student Athlete Day is this week and it's a great chance to look at what protects athletes from injury
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National Student Athlete Day is this week and it's a great chance to study the critical equipment, such as football helmets, that protects athletes from injury. Take a look at everything that goes into a football helmet and how chemistry helps keep players safe.

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