In sports today it's become one of the most widely reported and analyzed injuries: the concussion.
Injuries to the brain don't just happen to NFL players. High school athletes on the volleyball court to the lacrosse field can experience a concussion.
Journalism students in Kent State University's computer-assisted reporting class recently surveyed high schools around Ohio to find out if the schools track concussions, whether there is a formal policy in place for dealing with concussions and if the school trains coaches on how to deal with the injury.
At Lakewood High School, athletic administrators have a policy in place for handling concussions. The school also tracks concussion injuries and provides training for coaches on how to deal with the injury.
"We have athletes tested before the season with a program from the Cleveland Clinic," said Lakewood football coach Ron Lewis.
Other Ohio schools aren't quite as thorough.
Follow this link to find out what this team of student journalists at Kent State found out about Ohio high schools and concussions.