Viewpoints explores research into the impact of sports-related concussions on young athletes.
A special edition of the journal Brain Injury that publishes Nov. 11 summarizes the latest research on combat-related concussions and their outcomes.
With high school sports season underway, concerns about concussions are once again top of mind for many athletes and parents.
Increased research and clinical funding is necessary to better understand the epidemiology of concussions and improve treatment following injury.
Virginia Commonwealth University will host a Twitter chat with traumatic brain injury expert Alex Valadka, M.D., on March 30.
Sports concussions continue to garner attention and the conversation will continue over the holidays with the release of the new feature film, “Concussion.”
Despite growing concerns about concussions, the NCAA has not regulated full-contact football practices, arguing that there’s insufficient data available about head impacts.
Resident tight end moron Rob Gronkowski said this week that he’d rather suffer a concussion than a torn ACL, so resident ESPN talking head moron Colin Cowherd naturally had to agree.