New York Father Brings Special Needs Girl To NYC From Treatment After Hurricane Dorian Destroyed Bahamas SchoolPatrick Donohue lives in New York and his daughter Sarah Jane also has a brain injury. When he saw the devastation in the Bahamas and learned about the school that was destroyed he wanted to help.
HealthWatch: More Red Flags For Youth FootballThere is more troubling information about the effect of tackle football on young brains.
Study: Lacrosse Poses Just As Much Risk For Concussions As FootballMany families choose to sign their kids up for lacrosse over football because of their fears of concussions, but researchers say young athletes could be in just as much danger playing lacrosse.
CDC Issues New Concussion Guidelines As Kids Head Back To SchoolKids are back to school and that means young athletes are back on the field again. And while fall sports are a good time, they do come with a risk.
Joe Namath: Experimental Oxygen Treatment Has Helped Brain HealThe Jets great was the first patient in an experiment by a Florida hospital to see if bathing the body in pure oxygen might restore blood flow to injured areas of the brain.
Runner Completes Journey From San Francisco To NYCJessica Goldman covered more than 3,200 miles, running from San Francisco's City Hall to New York City's City Hall.
Ex-Players Slam NHL With Lawsuit Over Concussions 10 former National Hockey League players, including All-Star forward Gary Leeman, claimed in a class-action lawsuit that the league hasn't done enough to protect players from concussions.
DA: L.I. Man Accused Of Stealing Identities Of Brain-Injured Patients 'Shameless'Benjamin Achampong, 30, is accused of using his former position at the Long Island Head Injury Association to access the Social Security numbers and other information of more than 50 victims, officials said.
New NJ Law Aims To Protect Student AthletesGov. Chris Christie signed into law a bill that requires coaches to remove any player who shows signs of a concussion. Those students would need to be cleared by a doctor before they can compete again.
Eye On New York: Brain InjuriesThe CDC says more than 1.5 million Americans will experience some sort of traumatic brain injury during their lifetime, and 51,000 will die from those injuries.
Direct 'Impact': N.J. Football Program Keeps Kids SafeCBS 2’s Mark Morgan visited a New Jersey high school on Wednesday to learn about a football program aimed at keeping athletes safe on the field.