First, download these three articles. As you move to the second and third article, start thinking about how the frames compare. What information is being added or removed? Article 1 Word doc.
Outcomes of Lisfranc Injuries in the National Football League
Jury awards H.S. athlete nearly $1 million in head injury case
This is information from the Mayo Clinic website; a link to the full article will be linked below. Sign and symptoms usually begin gradually, and get worse with time. Frozen shoulder is common if you are recovering from an injury or procedure that prevents you from moving your arm. This is information from the Move Forward website; a link to the full article will be linked below. These injuries can be caused by a traumatic event, such as a fall on the outside of the shoulder, or repetitive overuse. These injuries are most common in athletes that play high collision sports, such as football, biking, snow sports, hockey, and rugby. This information is from the Move Forward website; a link to the full article will be linked below.
Case Study – Head / Turf Impact
Korey Stringer, an All-American offensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings, was practicing with the rest of the offensive line on a practice field in Mankato, Minnesota on a hot July afternoon in when he suddenly dropped down to one knee. A few moments later, he struggled to his feet and walked off the field. The year-old Stringer was rushed to the hospital and pronounced dead from a heat stroke a few hours later. His body had reached a core temperature of degrees. Sports fans spend more money and give more time to football than any other sport.
This case study describes the increasingly prominent issue of traumatic head and brain injuries in American football, with a particular focus on the National Football League NFL , its players, and its owners. Doctors and retired players have brought special attention to this issue over the past 20 years through research on chronic traumatic encephalopathy CTE , and a highly publicized lawsuit against the NFL which resulted in retired players receiving access to approximately 1 billion dollars in funds from the NFL. The case presents the history of this research, examines the medical experiences of retired players, describes the lawsuit, and explores the ethical challenges of professional sports-related injuries and football safety in the United States. Harvard Business School Publishing In comics, text and image work together to create meaning; often times, the author uses the artwork to convey the internal, emotional dimension of health and health care experiences.