*  Maryland's New Student Athlete Concussion Law | Brain&Spine
... and athletes to foster the protection of student-athletes from the dangerous effects of concussions. ... A groundbreaking law that focuses on youth sports concussion goes into effect in Maryland on July 1. This law requires the ... About the Brain & Spine Institute. About the Brain & Spine Institute. Our Healthcare Providers. In the News. Videos ... Brain & Spine Disorders Spine/Back Pain. Headaches. Alzheimers Memory & Brain Health. Parkinson's Disease & Other Movement ...
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*  Autopsy finds concussion-related brain changes in 25-year-old ex-athlete | The Sun Herald
Researchers have found the hallmarks of chronic traumatic encephalopathy spread throughout the brain of a 25-year-old former ... college football player who sustained more than 10 concussions during some 16 years of playing football. ...
  http://www.sunherald.com/sports/article52966355.html
*  Athletes' brains scrutinized in concussion study | The Daily Lobo
Brain Safe Project researchers have advised additional medical care and brain testing for at least 29 Lobo athletes after ... Athletes' brains scrutinized in concussion study. By Sayyed Shah Published 08/20/14 9:11pm * ... As part of The Mind Research Network's concussion study following UNM athletes, Brain Safe Project researchers have advised ... If an athlete gets a concussion at any point during the year, he or she returns to the institution for MRI scans to determine ...
  http://www.dailylobo.com/article/2014/08/concussion-study
*  Computer Model May Help Athletes and Soldiers Avoid Brain Damage and Concussions | NSF - National Science Foundation
Computer Model May Help Athletes and Soldiers Avoid Brain Damage and Concussions. ... Concussions can occur in sports and in combat, but health experts do not know precisely which jolts, collisions and awkward ... developed a powerful computer-based process that helps identify the dangerous conditions that lead to concussion-related brain ... head movements during these activities pose the greatest risks to the brain. To find out, Johns Hopkins University engineers ...
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*  Hi-Tech Mouthguard Flags Concussion to Protect Athlete's Brain
... letting coaches know immediately if a player needs medical care for a concussion. ... This mouthguard measures the force of hits to the athletes' heads, ... Home News Sports Hi-Tech Mouthguard Flags Concussion to Protect Athlete's Brain ... athletes report less than half of their potential concussions to coaches and remain in the game when they should be treated to ...
  https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/mouthguard-flags-concussions-to-protect-athletes/
*  Frontiers | Brain Network Activation Technology Does Not Assist with Concussion Diagnosis and Return to Play in Football...
Design: case-control study Methods: Football athletes with a diagnosed concussion (n=8) and matched control football athletes ( ... Football athletes with a diagnosed concussion (n=8) and matched control football athletes (n=8) completed a preseason ... Hypothesis: Brain Network Activation (BNA) scores obtained within 72-hours of injury will be lower than the athlete's preseason ... Brain Network Activation (BNA) scores obtained within 72-hours of injury will be lower than the athlete's preseason evaluation ...
  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fneur.2017.00252/full
*  FARK.com: (8109585) Female athletes suffer more concussions than male athletes, and their brains take longer to recover. So...
Female athletes suffer more concussions than male athletes, and their brains take longer to recover.. So you're saying I have a ... Female athletes suffer more concussions than male athletes, and their brains take longer to recover. So why do we think CTE, or ... You're reading an article that says male athletes have fewer concussions, linking to a source that says male athletes have more ... You're reading an article that says male athletes have fewer concussions, linking to a source that says male athletes have more ...
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*  Concussion prevention: Can woodpecker-inspired collar reduce brain injuries in athletes, service members? - Lifestyle -...
... prevent the sloshing of the brain caused by hits to the head.The ... device that just might prevent the types of brain injuries that ... Concussion prevention: Can woodpecker-inspired collar reduce brain injuries in athletes, service members?. ... Brain scans taken at the start and end of the seasons showed changes to the structure of the brain in players who did not wear ... Hopes are that the collar will reduce incidents of traumatic brain injury in athletes and members of the military, said Tom ...
  http://www.therecordherald.com/lifestyle/20180119/concussion-prevention-can-woodpecker-inspired-collar-reduce-brain-injuries-in-athletes-service-members
*  Fewer Recurrent Concussions Among School Athletes Following Implementation of State Laws | Traumatic Brain Injury Law Blog
A recent study published in the American Journal of Public Health noted a significant decrease in recurrent concussions among ... Home , Brain Injuries in Sports , Fewer Recurrent Concussions Among School Athletes Following Implementation of State Laws. ... of the state laws addressing traumatic brain injuries/concussions and actual concussion rates among the high school athletes. ... where the athlete had experienced at least one prior concussion. The trend toward decreasing recurrent concussion rates became ...
  https://www.braininjurylawblog.com/fewer-recurrent-concussions-among-school-athletes-following-implementation-of-state-laws.html
*  B.C. brain researchers launch youth concussion study
... brain researchers has launched a groundbreaking study to help doctors better diagnose and treat sports-related concussions in ... ability to accurately determine the symptoms of traumatic brain injury and help athletes recover from concussions, says ... brain researchers has launched a groundbreaking study to help doctors better diagnose and treat sports-related concussions in ... Players track a ball as it moves across a 3D screen, and the program documents what their brain is doing while the program runs ...
  http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/08/07/bc-brain-researchers-la_n_3722760.html
*  Concussions may suppress brain functioning - Redorbit
A study of U.S. college athletes who had concussions indicated suppressed brain function more than three years later, ... We were able to show that while our group of club and intercollegiate athletes, who were on average 3.5 years post-injury, ... The study, published in the Journal of Neurotrauma, said with concussions, individuals showed a decrease in their ability to ... Roughly half of the sample had sustained concussions within the past 3.4 years. ...
  http://www.redorbit.com/news/health/1643674/concussions_may_suppress_brain_functioning/
*  Progress On Electric Cars - Slashdot
Athletes' Brains Reveal Concussion Damage Google Fires Author of Divisive Memo On Gender Differences. GoDaddy Expels Neo-Nazi ...
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*  Body & Brain | Science News
Brain page features the latest news in clinical trials, biomedicine, health, human development, neuroscience, nutrition, mental ... Laws to protect athletes' brains do reduce concussions - eventually Recurrent concussions among high school athletes went down ... Brain chemical lost in Parkinson's may contribute to its own demise. A dangerous form of the chemical messenger dopamine causes ... Zika could one day help combat deadly brain cancer. The Zika virus targets cells that cause glioblastoma, an aggressive form of ...
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*  News: Pediatric Neurology Epilepsy Sleep Medicine Brain Injury - Houston Children & Families: For study of concussions,...
... www.healthcanal.com/brain-nerves/21598-For-study-concussions-Stanford-athletes-use-high-tech-mouthpiece-record-head-impact.html ... Diet in Concussion & Brain Injury - What can you do?. A fair bit is known about how to use diet to enhance or ameliorate brain ... Labels: cerebral palsy specialist, concussion, concussion doctor, concussion specialist, football, helmet, Houston, katy, ... For study of concussions, Stanford athletes use high-tech mouthpiece to record head impact ...
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*  Search of: 'Brain Concussion' - List Results - ClinicalTrials.gov
Testing mTBI in Athletes. *Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. *Brain Concussion. Observational. *University of Miami ... Microstructural Changes in the Brain During Recovery After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. *Brain Concussion ... Cerebral Microstructural Changes Following Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. *Brain Concussion. Observational. *University of Aarhus ... Perceptual-Cognitive Training After a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Towards a Sensitive Marker for Recovery. *Brain Concussion ...
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*  E-Newsletter Archives | Canadian Chiropractor
Deceased athlete donates brain to concussion research , Improving CES diagnosis (March 2015)Chiropractic boosts muscle function ... Jean Moss (August 2013)Brain disease CTE hits athletes differently , Ontario invests M to reduce patient wait times (August ... Concussion and brain changes (May 2015)Ontario's LBP strategy to be discussed at Business Forum , Stem cell study for spinal ... Changing athletes' perception of concussion , 5 ways to increase social media engagement (February 2016)Mental health first aid ...
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*  Tests may help spot brain damage after even mild concussions | Reuters
... who had at least one previous concussion as well as for 16 similar men who weren't athletes and had no history of concussions. ... Compared with men who weren't in the NFL, the football players had higher levels of TSPO and greater changes in the brain's ... They measured levels of a substance called translocator protein 18KDa (TSPO), which are thought to rise when the brain responds ... Brain scans may help identify athletes who suffer from brain damage after mild concussions, a small study of current and former ...
  https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-brain-concussions-idUSKBN13N2C6?platform=hootsuite
*  Sports Performance - | WorldHealth.net Anti-Aging Forum
How to Prevent Concussion-Induced Brain Damage in Athletes Nick Delgado, PhD, ABAAHP, CHT 1144. 0. At 09 Sep 2016 13:42 by Nick ...
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*  Tests may help spot brain damage after even mild concussions | Reuters
Reuters Health) - Brain scans may help identify athletes who suffer from brain damage after mild concussions, a small study of ... Reuters Health) - Brain scans may help identify athletes who suffer from brain damage after mild concussions, a small study of ... One of the most vexing issues with treating concussions in athletes is that the full extent of brain injuries can be difficult ... Even so, the results point to a potential way to better pinpoint the extent of brain damage in living athletes, as well as the ...
  https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-brain-concussions/tests-may-help-spot-brain-damage-after-even-mild-concussions-idUSKBN13N2C6
*  Brain damage from football concussions varies by position and career duration | Reuters
Football players may experience different degrees of brain damage after concussions depending on what position the ... One of the most vexing issues with treating concussions in athletes is that the full extent of brain injuries can be difficult ... Non-speed players with a history of recurrent concussions had more damage to white matter and less brain activity during memory ... Reuters Health) - Football players may experience different degrees of brain damage after concussions depending on what ...
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*  John Grimsley - Wikipedia
Schwarz, Alan (2008-09-23). "12 Athletes Leaving Brains to Concussion Study". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-10-25. ...
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*  Body & Brain | Science News
Brain page features the latest news in clinical trials, biomedicine, health, human development, neuroscience, nutrition, mental ... Laws to protect athletes' brains do reduce concussions - eventually October 19, 2017 ... Study casts doubt on whether adult brain's memory-forming region makes new cells. An examination of 54 human brains suggests ... Brain chemical lost in Parkinson's may contribute to its own demise. A dangerous form of the chemical messenger dopamine causes ...
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*  The list of diseases linked to air pollution is growing | Science News
Laws to protect athletes' brains do reduce concussions - eventually October 19, 2017 ... Brain drain. One of the latest lines of research suggests that poisons in the air might accelerate aging in the brain. Studies ... Exposure to air pollution as a potential contributor to cognitive function, cognitive decline, brain imaging, and dementia: A ... If science bears out the connection between pollution and brain health, or pollution and metabolism, environmental advocates ...
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*  Body & Brain | Science News
Brain page features the latest news in clinical trials, biomedicine, health, human development, neuroscience, nutrition, mental ... Laws to protect athletes' brains do reduce concussions - eventually October 19, 2017 ... Even brain images can be biased. Brain scan studies that are drawn from rich and well-educated groups could lead to biased ... Brain scan studies of large groups of people can tell us things about what the "average" brain looks like. But when the sample ...
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*  Unsolved drugs | Science News
Laws to protect athletes' brains do reduce concussions - eventually October 19, 2017 ... Brains of former football players showed how common traumatic brain injuries might be ... Brains of former football players showed how common traumatic brain injuries might be ...
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