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Katelyn Heck uses dyed eggs to explain why researchers say it doesn't take a big blow to cause a concussion.

Medical experts have also found that by strengthening the cervical spine muscles, the ones that stabilize your head and neck, you can minimize some of the whiplash movement of your brain inside your skull. They say that could decrease your risk of getting a concussion.

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