One Football Season Increases Risk Of Brain InjuryNew research indicates teenage football players have an increased risk of long-term brain effects after just one season.
Northwestern Neurologist Calls New CTE Study "Jaw Dropping"A new study in today's Journal of the American Medical Association is revealing some disturbing new findings about Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy or CTE.
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.
New Ways To Track Football Impact On Human BrainUniversity of Wisconsin-Platteville is looking at whether a certain biomarker can be a sign of traumatic brain injury during football games.
Concussion Diagnoses For Illinois Kids Up 83 PercentNew data show that the percentage of Illinois youth diagnosed with concussions grew by 83 percent between 2010 and 2015.
Loyola Medicine Opens New Program For Concussed AthletesLoyola University Medical Center hopes to make concussion examinations an easier process with a new program.
City Club Panel Talks Concussions & The NFLFormer Bears coach Mike Dikta joined a panel of three others in front of the Chicago City Club entitled "Concussions in the NFL: Whose Bell Was Really Rung?"
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?
Report: NFL Study Omitted More Than 100 ConcussionsA New York Times report exposed the NFL's misleading study on concussions from 1996-2001.
NFL: Concussions Up 58 Percent In Regular-Season GamesThere were 182 reported concussions in the 2015 regular season.
Family Of Ex-Blackhawk Montador Sues NHL Over ConcussionsThe father of late Blackhawks player Steve Montador has filed a federal lawsuit against the National Hockey League, claiming the league failed to warn players about the potential long-term effects of repeated head trauma.
Concussions Lawsuit Against IHSA DismissedThe ruling by Cook County Judge Leroy Martin Jr., issued Tuesday, rejects a case brought on behalf of players who sought court supervision over how high schools manage football head injuries.