Carissa Drake delves into sport-related concussions and their consequences, including the importance of social media on accurately reporting incidences.
A preliminary study has revealed that athletes with ADHD may be at greater risk for experiencing persistent anxiety and depression after a concussion.
A preliminary study has demonstrated that players who favor heading the ball in soccer may be more likely to suffer balance problems.
A recently published study has indicated that all degrees of concussion may increase the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.
A novel biomarker which may help determine which patients require a CT scan has been approved by the FDA.
As we begin a new year on Neuro Central, we’re taking this opportunity to look back at some of the highlights across neuroscience and neurology in 2017.
Salivary biomarkers have proven more accurate for identifying prolonged concussion than current methods.
SfN17: Groundbreaking studies give insight into the hard-hitting consequences of sports-related head injuries
Two abstracts add to evidence suggesting a negative effect of concussion on brain tissue microstructure and hippocampal function.
Long-term impacts of concussion in American football players could be affected by position and career length
Researchers have discovered that damage to white brain matter of American Football players may be correlated to the position played and career duration.
Watch a live debate filmed at Frontiers in TBI (London, UK), featuring speakers David Sharp and Lee Goldstein.