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A National Football League executive says expanding the dimensions of the field could help reduce the number of head injuries to players, reducing long-term health risks of the game.
Andrew Schreier's insight:
This is definitely an issue the NFL should explore using an Implications Wheel. With all of the discussion on concussions they could really use an exploration to see the implications of changing the dimensions of the field.
(Reuters) - On any given day in the United States, 18 percent of men and 11 percent of women drink more alcohol than federal guidelines recommend, according to a study that also found that 8 percent of men and 3 percent of women are full-fledged...