Summary: A new brain modelling study that looks at what happens to the brains of NFL players following a collision...
A new neuroimaging test could help doctors identify CTE in those exposed to repetitive brain injuries, such as NFL players, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified abnormal areas of low blood flow in living NFL players. The findings could help provide better diagnosis and treatments for players with head trauma related to playing football.
Researchers have developed a new, non-invasive method of measuring Tau levels in the blood.
According to researchers, a new antibody therapy can help treat TBI and prevent the associated development of Alzheimer's disease and CTE.
Former NFL players who started playing tackle football before the age of 12 have greater risk for altered brain development than those players who started later, a new study reports.
A new study reports neuroinflammation could have a direct involvement in the development of CTE.
Researchers report a new compound could help prevent and may even reverse some of the brain injury caused by the Tau protein in dementia.
Researchers analyze historical records and conclude Henry VIII may have suffered repeated TBIs similar to those experienced by modern football players.
Researchers observe white matter changes in NFL football players who reported concussions.
Researchers use an experimental PET scan tracer to effectively find brain protein deposits specific to CTE in the brain of a retired NFL player.