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Cumulative Brain Damage in Athletes Can Occur Without Concussion

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Even athletes who don’t experience concussions but experience repeated jolting impacts to the head can have subtle and cumulative brain damage. Medscape Medical News Source...
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Team Doctors Jump In After Professional Athletes Benched

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The seasons of all major sports in the United States were ended after the announcement that some players in the National Basketball Association tested positive...
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Biomarkers Pave the Way for Concussion Blood Test

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Researchers have identified at least two blood biomarkers that, in the future, could be included in a test to diagnose concussion. Medscape Medical News Source...
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Beyond Football: Concussions Occur in All High School Sports

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Concussions occur in high school athletes across a wide range of contact and noncontact sports in girls as well as boys, a study found. Medscape...
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Lack of Sleep Harms College Students' Mental Health

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College students who don’t get enough sleep are at increased risk of developing mental health problems, including anxiety and suicidal thoughts. Medscape Medical News Source...
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Pediatric Concussion Recovery Varies by Age and Gender

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Dr Laurie Barclay reports on a new study showing that female children, recovering more slowly, may require individualized management. Medscape Neurology Source link...
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Ivy League Football Concussions Drop With New Kickoff Rule

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Adjusting the line for Ivy League football kickoffs is one of the latest moves tackling the high number of player concussions. A new study reports...

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