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Tag Archives: concussions
Boston University School of Medicine is heading up 50 medical researchers in a massive 7 year study into the brain disease CTE, or Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, the brain dysfuction made famous in the movie Concussion. Typically, CTE can only be … Continue reading
A new study just out shows that University athletes with a history of concussions had deleterious changes in size, blood flow, and connections in their brains months, and even years, after the injury. The study used advanced MRI to examine … Continue reading
Kudos to the NFL on their commercial during this past weekend’s playoffs promoting Flag Football for youngsters. This is a much more brain-healthy alternative than tackle football for our future generation! Of course, the new movie just out, “Concussion” might … Continue reading
Ample research has shown that multiple concussions have wrecked havoc on the brains of retired NFL players. The question that has yet to be answered is when did the brain damage start, since most NFL players started playing football at … Continue reading
Great segment on last night’s (Thursday) NBC News about concussions in youth sports. We know that multiple concussions are especially dangerous, even more so when they occur in young brains. Lead researchers are now saying that tackle football should not … Continue reading