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experienced a cut in or removal of funding, or a loss of sponsorship, forcing them to return quickly after childbirth. Postpartum, there were expectations of enhanced physiological performance as a result of increased blood volume and greater range of movement in joints. This advantage was counterbalanced by

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Source . Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2018 Developmental factors specific to the immature brain appear to play a role in predisposing youth to adverse outcomes after concussion. Specifically, brain water content, cerebral blood volume, level of myelination, and skull geometry have been