The report will gather all verifiable data relating to the effects of concussion and subconcussions.
Manchester 62. F.C owner and concussion safety advocate announces new partnership with leading protective headgear company, Unequal The well documented story of current Manchester 62 Football Club owner and long time senior care advocate, Michael Anton Monsour's mission to introduce the need for protective headgear in the world’s most popular sport has taken another step… Continue reading Manchester 62 FC Partners with Unequal Technologies (Video)
ESPN.com Reuters - Jul 27, 2022 Researchers have found "conclusive evidence" that repeated head impacts cause chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a new study showed, and they called on sports governing bodies to take measures to help prevent the degenerative brain disease. The study was carried out by researchers from Harvard University and eight other academic… Continue reading Study finds ‘conclusive evidence’ of head impact link to brain disease
The ball left the bat at 104 mph on a line drive up the middle. Zombro barely began to react before it hit him on the right side of the head
When it comes to concussions, at least, soccer isn't that different from football if you're a teenage girl, according to a study of 20 high school sports published in the November 2019 issue of Pediatrics, a peer-reviewed medical journal. The sport also has been pitched as a safer alternative to football amid growing evidence of… Continue reading Concussion rate for teen female soccer players rivals football – Study
Despite the Wisconsin study data showing 'soccer headgear did not reduce the incidence or severity of SRC in high school soccer players,' for all of the results combined, the results by individual product showed otherwise. The Unequal HALO, when compared to players without headgear, showed the SRC rate for boys was dramatically reduced by 100%,… Continue reading Actually… the University of Wisconsin Soccer Study shows Unequal Halo significantly lowered the concussion rate
For every year of absorbing the pounding and repeated head collisions that come with playing American tackle football, a person’s risk of developing chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a devastating neurodegenerative disease, increases by 30 percent. And for every 2.6 years of play, the risk of developing CTE doubles. These new findings from an analysis of… Continue reading CTE Risk More Than Doubles after Just Three Years of Playing Football
BestReviews.com gives the Unequal Halo 2 “Best of the Best” for soccer headgear. Among the accolades... “Exceptional in maintaining precise control of the soccer ball while protecting the most important commodity.” “Lightweight with protection around the head's circumference. Adjusts to your body as your own temperature changes. Great for overall ball control. Holds up in… Continue reading BestReviews.com gives “Best of the Best” for soccer headgear to Halo 2
“2-time Olympic Gold Medalist Briana Scurry can recount the details of the head injury that ended her career. Well…sort of. Since she doesn’t actually remember the hit, she shares what she’s been told by other people. That’s why she swears by Unequal’s protective headgear, such as the Halo 3, for staying safe on the pitch.… Continue reading The Soccer Reviews does a thorough test and report of the Halo 3
Coming soon to a soccer field near you — maybe: 22 girls wearing space-age headbands designed to protect them from concussions. Stemming from a growing national interest in soccer, doctors and other experts are considering whether to recommend that girls who play soccer be required to wear some type of headgear to reduce concussions. The… Continue reading Should girls who play soccer be required to wear headgear?