Dr. Moser speaks up about reporting youth sport brain injuries to the Star Ledger.

By Star-Ledger Editorial Board Source: If you attended a high school football games this weekend, the vision of kids dressed like armored gladiators and crashing into each other while using their helmets as missiles might have triggered a grim reality check: We can assert with confidence that New Jersey's programs are doing what they can to limit concussions, but have we attained a firm understanding of this potential health crisis? Yes, our schools have limited practice contact. They teach proper tackling technique. They've tightened rules to reduce helmet hits. They have the highest percentag

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