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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Claire Leblanc
"We want children and teens to actively pursue sport and recreation, but boxing is not a good option. We recommend young people participate in sports where the prime focus is not deliberate blows to the head," said Claire LeBlanc, co-author of the study and chairwoman of CPS' Healthy Active Living and Sports Medicine Committee.
In addition, Ms. LeBlanc said, boxing poses moral problems because "athletes are rewarded for dedicated and deliberate hits to their opponent's head."