Concussion Symptoms May Last Longer For Girls Than Boys, Study SaysNew research shows girls suffer with concussion symptoms longer than boys.
Smartphone App Helps Teens Recover From Concussions, Study SuggestsThe standard advice for recovering from a concussion involves total brain rest, no television, computer or phone, not even a book or homework. But now, doctors say there may be a better way.
New Helmet Technology Isn't A Cure-All For Football's Concussion IssuesAs exciting as some of the new technology is, it isn't a full solution to the problem facing the sport.
Rising Concussion Rates Among Female Soccer Players Have Some Proposing Rule ChangesAnother study found that in the last 10 years, 51 percent of concussions were caused by player on player contact, compared to 29 percent from contact with a ball.
Study: Young Players Can Experience Disruptions In Their Brains After 1 Season Of FootballA new study finds that young players can experience changes in their brain just after one season of playing football.
Soccer Injuries, Concussions Sending Soaring Number Of Kids To ERsSoccer injuries are sending soaring numbers of U.S. kids to emergency rooms, a trend driven in part by young players with concussions seeking urgent medical care, a study has found.
Many Parents Don't Follow Doctors' Advice On Children Suffering Concussions, Study FindsChildren suffering concussions are a big problem, especially with football and soccer season here.
NFL May Discipline Teams Under Revised Concussion PolicyThe league and the NFL Players Association on Monday announced rule changes that could discipline teams that don't follow the concussion protocol.
Palladino: NFL Must Listen To Harry Carson On Concussion DangersHarry Carson won’t let his 6-year-old grandson play tackle football. Not at any age, not in any program.
NFL Demands New York Times Retract Story Calling League's Concussion Research FlawedThe NFL has demanded The New York Times retract a story that called the league's concussion research flawed.
Keidel: NFL's Concussion ConfusionDid the NFL omit 100+ concussions from the study it relied upon to show no direct link between football and brain damage?
AP Survey: Concussions Are Not Most NFL Players' Chief ConcernLess than half of the group — only 39 of the 100 players — said they are more worried about the long-term effects of concussions than those of other injuries.