Women's Health

(Not So) Hard Knocks

You’re playing volleyball and you take a spike to the skull. You see stars and feel queasy. Do you: (a) shake it off, (b) go to urgent care, or (c) let out a string of expletives and grab an ice pack? Obviously, you’d see

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