Fat-shaming investigation, effects of concussion on our sportswomen and menstruation exclusive: Telegraph Women's Sport has led the way

medicolo posted 2 months ago

In a break from our monthly look at three or four things we have loved about women's sport, we asked our Telegraph writers what their favourite feature or interview of the last year has been. Here were the results...

So much of Telegraph Women's Sport has been groundbreaking. Kate Rowan's exclusive …

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Concussion or traumatic brain injury is one of the mildest forms of brain injury. If there is not some visible sign of concussion such as a bruise or cut, diagnosis can be established in the presence of general symptoms. Confusion, dizziness, visual disturbances or sensitivity to light and noise may be some of the cardinal symptoms of concussion.

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