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.
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Limiting tackling drills during football practice can reduce a player's exposure to serious head impact, a new study reports.
According to researchers, soccer players who hit their heads two or more times in a two week period, by heading a ball or a minor collision with another player, were more likely to express symptoms of concussion.
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Using an egg, researchers discover how trauma occurs to the brain as a result of impact.