A new study from the National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research reports that high school cheerleading accounts for 65.1% of all catastrophic sports injuries among girls, making it one of the most dangerous high school sports for girls. However, the study fails to mention that most girls are cut out of aggressive team sports like football and hockey, which inflates the amount of injuries in cheerleading compared to other "girl's sports." That isn't to say cheerleading isn't serious business (we've all seen Bring It On) and girls can take just as many physical risks as boys when there is a competition at stake. [LiveScience]