According to researchers, a new antibody therapy can help treat TBI and prevent the associated development of Alzheimer's disease and CTE.
A new neuroimaging test could help doctors identify CTE in those exposed to repetitive brain injuries, such as NFL players, a new study reports.
After just one season of playing football, neuroimaging technology reveals changes in gray and white matter correlated with exposure to head trauma in high school students, a new study reports.
Researchers evaluate the pathological impact of single incident TBI and mild, repetitive traumatic brain injury, in order to learn which measures need to be taken to identify risk, early incidence and to reduce long term complications associated with TBI.
PET imaging of former NFL players who exhibited cognitive decline and psychiatric symptoms linked to CTE showed higher levels of tau in areas of the brain associated with the neurodegenerative disease.
A new study from researchers at Boston University reports an increase in later life emotional and behavioral problems in people who played youth tackle football before the age of 12.
A new study reports TBI can disrupt the function of the glymphatic system, causing a build up of toxic proteins in the brain and accelerating neurodegeneration.
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.
A new study, which involved a small sample of former professional athletes, found no evidence of early onset dementia.