According to a new study, 1 in 5 adolescents have suffered a TBI which left them unconscious for more than five minutes or required hospitalization.
Researchers have developed a new way in which to measure the cumulative effect of head injuries incurred by football players.
Looking at fMRI scans taken within 24 hours and again weeks after concussion, researchers suggest the brain may compensate for TBI during a patient's recovery time.
A neuroimaging study finds profound brain activity abnormalities in a group of retired NFL players.
Women who suffered concussions during their premenstrual phase had a slower recovery and poorer health one month after injury compared to those injured two weeks directly after their period or women taken birth control pills, a new study reports.
Administering a cocktail of amino acids to mice models of TBI, researchers improved sleep disturbances caused by the brain injuries.
Survivors of TBI are three times more likely to die prematurely, either as a result of suicide or from fatal injuries, than the general population, a new study reports.
Football helmets currently being used on the field may do little to help protect against hits to the side of the head or rotational force, a new study reports.
A new study sheds light on the mechanical properties of tau and its role in the elasticity of neurons. The findings could answer some important questions about tbi.
The AAN states doctors have an ethical obligation to educate and protect athletes from sports concussions.