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heading

 [hed´ing]
a word or term found at the beginning of all or part of a piece of printed material.
Medical Subject h's (MeSH) see MeSH.
MeSH h's subject headings.
subject h's the terms chosen from medical subject headings (MeSH) to index the references appearing in medline and other national library of medicine databases. Called also MeSH terms and MeSH headings.
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While most sports physicians believe that proper heading doesn't cause brain injury, a direct, full-power blow from a soccer ball kicked by an adult has about the same force as a boxer's punch, says Erik J.
The players should deal with single tosses, catching the ball after heading it.
Crowell and colleagues have shown that [nonvisual] information about head turns as well as eye movements contributes to the perception of heading," says neuroscientist William H.