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Most scientists are starting to agree that repeat, sub-concussive hits to the head are dangerous and linked to neurological disorders later in life.
Head injury lawyer Michael Kaplen has been chosen to be a featured speaker at the Florida Justice Association Annual Meeting. Pleasantville, NY (PRWEB) February
The Virginia Tech – Wake Forest University School of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences is expanding its ground-breaking research of testing football helmets to reduce the number of concussions to now include hockey, baseball, softball, and lacrosse.
Sports-related concussions and mild traumatic brain injuries have grabbed headlines in recent months, as the long-term damage they can cause becomes increasingly evident among both current and former athletes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that millions of these injuries occur each year.
After several mental health related tragedies involving active and retired professional athletes, there has been a massive public outcry for all sports to take measures to prevent their players from incurring brain-jarring concussions.
Doctor Ann Engelland, author of recent book on concussions, It’s All in Your Head: Everyone’s Guide to Managing Concussions, explains what we can glean from the misfortunes of the Secretary
When initial computed tomography (CT) scans show bleeding within the brain after mild head injury, decisions about repeated CT scans should be based on the patient's neurological condition.
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