American football is one of the most traumatic sports in which injuries often occur, and the most dangerous of them is the head. However, a Oklahoma high school student has developed an innovative helmet that reduces the risk of injury by as much as 75 percent.

Francis Tuttle is a high school student from Oklahoma High School who is also a school football player for the American football team. Unfortunately, as was the case for contact sports, he had already had four brain shocks that caused frequent headaches and vision problems. Neurology, after careful examination, suggested he resign from the sport, as further injuries could result in permanent brain damage.

So he and two classmates, after a year of design work, developed a new type of carbon fiber helmet, which reduces the risk of injury by 75 percent. Particularly in the case of collision helmet helmets.

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