Female Athletes Require More Attention When It Comes Health

Women in athletics are more prone to injury without having a finger laid on them, according to Penn Medicine

 Why Its Newsworthy: From adolescent girls to grown women, the female body develops in a way that exposes it to more injuries compared to the male dynamic. As time goes on, the impact of these injuries takes a toll on both mental and physical health. 

Grady Newsource Reporter Cecily Stoute introduces you to one University of Georgia athlete — to show you what it takes to recover from injury and what women can do to avoid them in the first place.

Cecily Stoute is a senior studying journalism within Grady College at the University of Georgia.



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