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Scientists claim that link between concussions and CTE is "unproven" could impact NFL lawsuits.
March 17, 2013 – Dave D’Alessandro, Star-Ledger, NJ.com
What is the current state of evidence for chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in retired athletes? Read More
Rest Is Best: Concussion Recovery.
March, 2013 – Rosemarie Moser, USA Hockey Magazine
A recent study conducted at the Sports Concussion Center of New Jersey and published in the Journal of Pediatrics shows that even when rest is prescribed months after a concussion, the benefits were just as strong as if the rest period was taken right after the concussion. Read More
Advancements in Head Trauma Research Could Be True Game-Changer.
January 27, 2013 – Dave D’Alessandro, Star-Ledger, NJ.com
By now, you’ve heard of CTE — or at least you should have, because someday, perhaps five or 10 years from now, when all those lawsuits are settled for untold billions, that term will dominate the news and present the game with an existential crisis on every level. Read More
Educating Student Athletes on Concussions.
October 13, 2012 – Michelle Miller, CBS Evening News
For the first time since 1978, no one named Earnhardt raced Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Dale Earnhardt Jr., one of NASCAR's most popular drivers, is sidelined by concussion. Brain injuries in sports are under increasing scrutiny --even among athletes in high school. Read More
A New Course for Concussions.
October 10, 2012 – Stacey Burling, The Philadelphia Inquirer
Publicity in recent years about emotional, cognitive, and memory problems in aging football and hockey players who suffered multiple concussions during their careers has raised the anxiety level around the topic. Read More
Girls Often Left Out of Discussion About Sports Concussions.
October 8, 2012 – Maiken Scott, WHYY Public Radio, NewsWorks
Young athletes, parents and coaches have become more aware of the issue of concussions in recent years -- but a New Jersey researcher says one aspect of this issue is still not talked about. Read More
New Pop Warner Concussion Rules.
September 17, 2012 – Carol J. Kelly, Gannett News
Starting this season, Pop Warner Football's national organization has set new rules to limit the risk of concussions and other brain injuries for thousands of youth athletes who play in its leagues. Read More
Sports-Related Brain Injury - Learn to Recognize, Prevent It.
September 4, 2012 – The Times of Trenton
With the beginning of the new school year — and another football season at many of those schools — comes the call to be on the lookout for sports injuries, particularly concussion.. Read More
Lawrence Woman Speaks Out About the Dangers of Concussions.
August 26, 2012 – Mike Davis, The Times of Trenton
Rosemarie Moser has seen the different responses — the dazed looks, the dizziness — from athletes who probably just suffered a concussion. But in too many cases, Moser said, as long as the player can answer the question, that’s a good enough signal to get back in the game. “Typically, they used to call it a ‘bell-ringer’ or a ‘ding’ or something like that,” Moser said. “They don’t realize it is a mild traumatic brain injury.”. Read More
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