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New Evidence That Girls Take Longer to Recover from Concussions

New Evidence That Girls Take Longer to Recover from Concussions

Not only are young girls and adolescent female athletes more likely to suffer concussions in contact sports, but they also take longer to recover. This is according to new research published by John Neidecker, a sports medicine physician with the Orthopedic...
Joe Namath Says 12 is Too Early for Contact Football

Joe Namath Says 12 is Too Early for Contact Football

Football legend Joe Namath (number 12) says that based on what we now know about the brain damage caused by playing contact football, young people should not participate, at the least not before age 12. His concerns are not only based on current medical research, but...
It’s Not Just About Concussions: New Study Links Youth Football Leads to Later Behavioral Problems

It’s Not Just About Concussions: New Study Links Youth Football Leads to Later Behavioral Problems

Concussions and obvious brain injuries sustained on the football field may only be the tip of the iceberg. New research suggests that ANY exposure to tackle football before the age of 12 puts a child at increased risk of behavioral problems and depression later in...
Emergency HBOT for TBI to be Studied at Temple University Hospital

Emergency HBOT for TBI to be Studied at Temple University Hospital

THU (Temple University Hospital) and the Shock Trauma Center at the University of Maryland Medical Center are planning a clinical trial to explore use of HBOT emergency care for Traumatic Brain Injury. HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) has long been regarded as the...
Concussion in Female Athletes Linked to Menstrual Irregularities

Concussion in Female Athletes Linked to Menstrual Irregularities

Young female athletes who suffer concussion may experience abnormal menstrual patterns and irregular bleeding, according to recent research by Anthony P. Kontos, PhD, of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Sports...

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